We're back in Brighton with Leon T. Pearl, Charlie Cunningham, Sophie Jamieson and Y.O.U
BBC Introducing's festival stages
We aim to find undiscovered artists and feature them centre stage at the biggest festivals.
Every year you'll find us at many of the biggest and best music festivals across the country featuring a wide variety of new music.
Want to play on the BBC Introducing stage? Find out how we select acts to perform.
So far in 2014, four BBC Introducing acts have opened the main stages at the inaugural BBC 6 Music Festival and we returned to SXSW in Texas for the first time since 2008.
Coming up we head to T in the Park, Glastonbury and Radio 1's Big Weekend, with more festival slots to be announced.
In 2013, we went to Derry-Londonderry for three nights of live music at Radio 1's Academy. Check out the highlights here.
We also took the BBC Introducing Stage to Glastonbury, T in the Park, Manchester Jazz Festival and Reading & Leeds. Our final festival of the year was BBC Radio 2 Live In Hyde Park where we had a stage for the first time ever. This was followed by a trip to Nashville with Radio 2's Bob Harris where we showcased three artists at the Americana Music Festival.
BBC Introducing at Glastonbury
Pilton plays host to some of the biggest names in new music
George Ezra, The Katanas and the Ruen Brothers performed
Vessels and Ed Sheeran were in on the action at Worthy Farm
Glasto's 40th birthday party included Dry The River and Dog Is Dead
Speech Debelle and King Charles were on the bill
Featuring Fox Cubs and Fight Like Apes
Introducing The Ting Tings and Sam Isaac