Mystery Jets will headline Goose Island's 312 Day festival on March 12.
The British indie rockers will bring their energetic live set to the free music event at Hoxton Docks and give their fans the chance to hear tracks from their latest LP 'Curve of the Earth'.
Talking about their sixth studio record, bassist Jack Flanagan said: "It ended up taking three years to make. Like anything, we are all naturally looking forward to what comes next. It's only the very beginning really and taking the fruits of our labour on the road is something really quite exciting."
Meanwhile, rising star Alex Vargas will also be performing and there will be a DJ set from Radio X's Dan O'Connell.
The event aims to bring the spirit of Chicago to east London, with attendees able to sample the new alcoholic beverages.
Beer lovers will get a chance to try some of Goose Island's best beverages, including award-winning Goose IPA, Honkers Ale, 312 Urban Wheat Ale, plus Green Line Pale Ale, which has never been sold in the UK before.
Legendary street food truck Anna Mae's Mac N' Cheese will be providing gig-goers with mac n' cheese, pairing each mac n' cheese with one of Goose Island's great beers.
To be in with a chance to win tickets to 312 Day, beer fans can register at www.Tickets.lnk.to/312Day