The two-day volunteer-led event at Newsted and Annesley Country Park, just north of Nottingham, takes place on September 10-11 for the benefit of the local ex-mining community.
Festival-goers will be able to camp on site from Friday, September 9, which will also feature special DJ performances.
Other confirmed acts include Craig Charles, Tuung and Dananananaykroyd. Tickets are available now and are priced at £50 for an adult weekend pass and £27 for 12-17 year-olds.
Meanwhile, Echo & the Bunnymen have released a limited edition live album titled Do It Clean via their own Ocean Rain label.
The album was recorded at the Liverpool Olympia last December when the group were touring their first two LPs Crocodiles and Heaven Up Here and features the full tracklisting of both records.
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Watch Echo & the Bunnymen play 'The Killing Moon' live on The Tube in 1984 below: