Despite the predicted wet weather warnings, organisers of Latitude Festival has promised that there will be 'absolutely no cancellation' like over events in recent weeks.
According to BBC weather, today (July 12) is set to kick off the festival with some fairly dry weather, with sunshine this morning and cloud as the afternoon comes to and end, meaning that campers should be able to set up their homes for the weekend without any rainy interruptions.
However, tomorrow (July 13) the heavy showers are supposed to set in, although it will be dry and cloudy for some of the day...so the one shower won't be the 'be all and end all' for festival-goers.
Festival Republic director Melvin Benn insists that the 35,000 capacity venue is in ideal condition for the wet weather that has caused huge problems across the UK this month.
''I don't need a plan B. [Henham Park] is on a sandy base and drains well', he told BBC News.
He added: 'If there is difficulty, I've got tractors standing by, trackways and temporary fencing', he says.
Tomorrows acts include Janelle Monae, Metronomy and headliners Bon Iver, who should all play to dry crowds.
Saturday (July 14) is set to be wetter however, with heavy rain predicted to fall from late morning right up until late evening. Booooo! Meaning that Laura Marling, Richard Hawley and headliners Elbow may face a rather rain-covered crowd.
The final day (July 15) is looking a little better (typical!), with light showers predicted to hit the site around lunchtime, leaving Paul Weller to finish the weekend off in front of a dry audience.