Matt Kent/WireImageBefore The Who launched their 50th anniversary tour in 2015, singer Roger Daltrey described the trek as “the beginning of the long goodbye.” Well, the British rock legends apparently aren’t quite ready to say their final farewell. They’ve just been announced as one of the headliners for the U.K.’s 2016 Isle of Wight Festival in June, and have signed on the headline a pair of Spanish festivals that same month.

The Who will perform at the Isle of Wight fest Saturday, June 11, marking the fourth time the band has headlined the event, after 1969, 1970 and 2004. Former Verve frontman Richard Ashcroft will be a special guest at the gig, which will be The Who’s only U.K. festival appearance this year.

The Isle of Wight Festival takes place June 9-12 at Seaclose Park. Other artists appearing at this year’s event include Queen + Adam Lambert, Iggy Pop, Mike + the Mechanics, Status Quo, Adam Ant, The Damned, The Buzzcocks, The Kills, and Sixx:A.M.

“The Who are part of the fabric of The Isle of Wight Festival,” says festival organizer John Giddings, “and it’s great to welcome them back to the island as part of their ongoing 50th anniversary celebrations.”

As for the Spanish events, The Who will headline the Mad Cool Festival in Madrid June 16 and the Azkena Rock Festival in Vitoria-Gasteiz on June 18.

The Who currently are touring North America through a May 29 show in Las Vegas. The band’s next concert tales place this Saturday, March 19, in Newark, New Jersey.

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