Cohesion Live, Manchester's biggest music festival this year, is to take place on September 23 at Platt Fields Park.
The event aims to raise funds for the Manchester Aid to Kosovo (MaK) campaign, which intends to create a Manchester Peace Park in Kosovo. The event's backed by the recently-launched XFM Manchester and the Comedy Store.
MaK supports those living in the Balkans after the widely-reported ethnic cleansing campaign of a few years ago. They hope that the Peace Park will commemorate the time Kosovan people spent in the north-west city after fleeing their homeland.
Among those performing are Badly Drawn Boy, Elbow, Graham Coxon, I Am Kloot, Durutti Column and Lou Rhodes.
Doves will turn in a DJ set, while The Longcut headline a second stage with support from The Sunshine Underground and more.
For more information see the festival's official website, here.