The annual event at Silverstone race course in Northamptonshire, England is due to take place between Friday, 7 July and Sunday, 9 July.
This year the racing event will feature performances from Homeland star Lewis, as well as Calvin Harris, Jess Glynne, Cat Burns, Black Eyed Peas and Tom Grennan.
And Hollywood star Brad Pitt will even be on the race track during this year's event.
How can you watch the Grand Prix?
The F1 British Grand Prix is available to watch free on terrestrial television.
Sky Sports became the official broadcaster of Formula One racing in 2019, with the exception of the British Grand Prix, which also airs on Channel 4.
It will air live on Channel 4 on Friday, 7 July from 12.25pm to 135pm, and 3.55pm to 5.30pm.
On Saturday 8, July coverage will begin from 11.15am
And on Sunday the Grand Prix build-up will be broadcast live from 1.30pm.
Who is performing?
Damian Lewis, 52, released his debut album Mission Creep earlier this year. The Billions star and his band will open the grid ceremony on Sunday and then perform the nation anthem.
Lewis said: “Never in a million years did I think I’d be singing the national anthem or playing a gig with my band at the British Grand Prix.
“It’s so special, with a unique festival atmosphere and I’m honoured to have been asked.”
For the first time, the 2023 British Grand Prix will officially open with a Thursday night show headlined by British musicians Calvin Harris, Jess Glynne and Cat Burns.
Jax Jones will perform on Friday and Black Eyed Peas will headline on Saturday.
Following Lewis's performance in the racing paddock on Sunday, Tom Grennan will also be doing a set at the music arena.
What is Brad Pitt doing there?
The Hollywood star is filming scenes for a new movie about Formula 1 racing on the Silverstone racetrack during the 2023 British Grand Prix event.
Pitt will be behind the wheel of a modified sports car among the real racing drivers as he shoots an untitled F1 film directed by Top Gun: Maverick's Joseph Kosinski will oversee the multi-million pound project, which is being produced by Hollywood legend Jerry Bruckheimer.
F1 CEO Stefano Domenicali told The Sun: "We have the best producer in Hollywood, one of the best directors in Hollywood, one of the best stars, and the investment they are making is huge.
"The technology too is beautiful and a project for us to develop together, it is because we believe it is another way to take F1 to people who do not know anything about us.
"We have the opportunity to capture them. It will be an intense project we will do together.
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