Citadel Festival is returning in 2018 to a new location with headliners Tame Impala.
The Australian-based psychedelic rock group will perform a UK festival exclusive set on Sunday July 15.
They will perform tracks from their three acclaimed LPs at the festival's new site, Gunnersbury Park.
The organisers announced the news after its move from Victoria Park, to make way for All Points East Festival. Citadel will join sister festival Lovebox at the new venue in West London.
Julian Bell, leader of Ealing Council says: "I am delighted to welcome the Lovebox and Citadel Festivals to the borough this summer. Rightly recognised as among the very best anywhere across the capital and beyond, these festivals will boast acclaimed, international artists and a vibrant atmosphere for the many thousands of fans attending.
"Gunnersbury Park is a venue with an excellent record of hosting large public events including the London Mela, which has attracted over 90,000 visitors in the past."
Last year's Citadel saw a headline set from Foals as well as Bonobo, Laura Marling, Wild Beasts and Michael Kiwanuka.
Who's on the lineup?
Tame Impala are headlining this year's festival and are currently the only name announced on the lineup. Check back here for any updates.
Where is Citadel 2018?
This year the festival will move to new site Gunnersbury Park.
Where can I buy tickets?
When do tickets go on sale?
General admission tickets are now available.
How much are tickets?
Tickets are priced at £49.50, plus a booking fee.
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