The Royal Botanic Gardens have announced the full-up for Kew the Music 2018.

It is a week long festival of summer picnic concerts set in the Royal Botanic Gardens in Kew from July 10 to 15. Headliners include Boyzone, Steps and Jools Holland as well as musicians from across the world.

Steps announced a comeback tour last year and will open the festival. They will be supported by Australian band and ABBA spoof, Bjorn Again. Saara Aalto will open the first night, who represented Finland at Eurovision this year. The singer also finished second in the 2016 X-Factor series.

Spanish band The Gipsy Kings, Croatians 2CELLOS and The Human League will take the festival into the weekend.

2CELLOS made the headlines in 2014 when they reworked AC DC's “Thunderstruck.” The video received over 121 million views. They will be supported by ‘straight talking singer/songwriter’ Nerina Pallot. The English singer was nominated for Best Female Solo artist at the 2007 Brit Awards.

Boyzone are celebrating their 25th anniversary this year and will open their ‘Thank you and Goodnight - The Farewell’ tour. They will be supported by former Girls Aloud singer, Nadine Coyle, who is embarking on a solo career.

London based singer Rothwell will open for the boy band. He is described to have ‘dreamy electro pop songs with unmistakable soulful vocals.’

Jools Holland will make his return to Kew the Music this year. He will end the week and will be supported by his Rhythm and Blues Orchestra, who Jools has been touring with this year.

He will also be supported by Jazz Morley ‘whose haunting vocals make a lasting impression. Her velvet-smooth natural soulfulness embraces dazzling highs and downbeat lows.’

Folk musician Ella Janes will open the final day. Her stripped back sound draws from 60s folk artists such as Simon & Garfunkel and Francoise Hardy.

Tickets are available online and start from £40, with discounted tickets for children aged between 1-16. Guests are welcome to bring their own food and drinks. There will also be bars and street food stalls throughout the week.