Influential DJs Colin Curtis and Norman Jay have been revealed as dance headliners of this year's event, which runs from July 29 to July 31 at London's Southbank Centre.
They are joined by the likes of Horse Meat Disco, George Power and 150 other acts whose careers have each seen success around the world.
Founder and fashion designer Wayne Hemmingway said: "Vintage at Southbank Centre will be a glamorous and cool antidote to festivals in a field, the emphasis being on head-turning style."
The event, which was voted the UK's Best New Festival at the 2010 Festival Awards, celebrates the last 70 years in music and style - including 1940's jive and northern soul from the '70s.
Tickets, starting from £75, are available now.
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Listen to Norman Jay's 'Message in a Dream' below: