Helping celebrate the new year, musician Jools Holland returns to screens with his Annual Hootenanny on BBC Two.

Joined by his Rhythm and Blues Orchestra, Holland has been hosting the New Year's Eve special every year since 1993.

This year's edition is expected to be bigger than ever with it marking the show's 30th anniversary.

The last two years have seen the Annual Hootenanny being more intimate over covid regulations, but now 2022 is set to be in full swing with celebrity party guests, music stars and more.

Who is on Jools Holland Hootenanny 2022?

Holland will be joined by some of the biggest names from 2022, rising stars and some of the biggest names in the music industry.

One of the biggest artists in recent years, George Erza will help bring in the new year.

Performing his latest single 'Green Green Grass' from his newest album 'Gold Rush Kid'.

Plus Erza is also set to perform a cover of a Van Morrison classic during the evening.

Self Esteem will also take to the stage, the singer saw great success in 2022 after her latest album 'Prioritise Pleasure' was shortlisted for the Mercury Prize.

Holland will also be joined by the band The Real Thing known for their chart-topping song 'You to Met Are Everything' and 'Can't Get By Without You'.

'Dreams' singer Gabrielle will welcome in the new year as she performs at the turn of midnight.

Up-and-coming singer, Cat Burns will perform, the singer is most known for her hit song 'Go' from the album 'emotionally unavailable.

Fellow pianist Tom Odell will perform best known for his breakout songs 'Another Love' and 'Here I Am'.

US duo Rachael and Vilray are set to bring the jazz, with sounds from the 30s and 40s.

Whilst singer Ruby Turner will return to the Hootenanny with her impressive vocals.

Guitarist Andy Fairweather Low will show off his impressive skills during the annual show.

Plus, marking the new year will be the Pipes and Drums of the 1st Battalion Scot Guards.

How to watch Jools Holland Hootenanny 2022?

Hootenanny will be on December 31 on BBC Two and BBC iPlayer from 11.30pm until 1.35 am.