Japanese pop-with-guitars group Radwimps are the big pop headliner for this year, a few months after they packed out the Mercedes-Benz Arena. Other notable names include rocker Margaret Glaspy, grime favourite Mumdance and kawaii 'psychedelic dynamite' group Gacharic Spin.
Japanese metal outfit Crossfaith provide something for the heavy music set, as will Chinese bands Zuriaake and Chaos Mind, while Brooklyn's DIIV will please anyone with a penchant for indie-rock.
In the surprise reunion category, there's also Xiao He, Zhang Weiwei, Guo Long et al's seminal Chinese folk act Glamourous Pharmacy, a band that haven't played Shanghai in so long we thought they were never going to again.
Those are some of the key acts anyway – it's a dense line-up that's worth digging into and Spotifying/Xiami-ing if you're unfamiliar with some of the names on the bill.
You can find the entire line-up on our ticketing page (linked below), which we'll also update with the full schedule as soon as we have it. As far as the headliners are concerned, Crossfaith, Mumdance and Carsick Cars are on the Saturday and Glamourous Pharmacy, The Thurston Moore Group, TOY and Princess Nokia are on the Sunday.