The Strokes are set to join The Chemical Brothers and Christine and The Queens as headliners for East London festival All Points East.
The New York band will play their first UK live date in 4 years on 25 May and will see support from the likes of The Raconteurs, Johnny Marr, Parquet Courts, Anna Calvi, Jarvis Cocker and Courtney Barnett.
After finding international success with their debut album Is This It in 2001, The Strokes became one of the most prominent bands from the 00s and fans attending the festival will be looking forward to hearing songs from their back catalogue.
The festival takes place over two weeks from 24 May to 2 June in Victoria Park, London.
The first day will see The Chemical Brothers headline with support from Hot Chip, Primal Scream, Spiritualized, Róisín Murphy and Peggy Gou.
While on 26 May a host of other acts including James Blake, Princess Nokia, Kamasi Washington, Beach House and Kurt Vile and Violators will take to the stage before headliner Christine and the Queens.The second weekend will see Bring Me The Horizon headline on 31 May and play alongside Run the Jewels, Nothing But Thieves and Idles, with plenty more acts set to be announced for the festival.
Another headline act will be American indie folk band Bon Iver with support from Mac Demarco, First Aid Kit, John Grant and Julien Baker.
With another headline act and line-up still to be unveiled for the 1 June, All Points East is already a contender for one of the best festivals this year.
Tickets for some of the line-ups are already on sale but The Strokes will be on sale this Friday. Visit the official festival site for more info.