The family-friendly event combining music, comedy and cabaret will take place at Victoria Park in east London on Sunday, June 3.
With free tickets for kids under 12, The Apple Cart could be the perfect family day out to mark the Queen's Diamond Jubilee.
Returning for its second year, the festival features dozens of acts performing across a number of different tents and stages.
The musical line-up includes Adam Ant, Billy Bragg, Gaz Coombes, Kid Creole & The Coconuts, Penguin Cafe, and Gilles Peterson.
Meanwhile, the comedy tent will feature performances from Phill Jupitus, Sean Lock, Rich Hall, Shappi Khorsandi and many more.
Other highlights of the festival include cabaret, magic, storytelling and other activities suitable for all the family.
The unique event also boasts a range of fun Jubilee-themed antics to celebrate the Queen's 60 years on the throne.
Visitors will be able to take part in flag-waving time trials, a name-that-monarch medley contest and traditional village fete-style games.
The Apple Cart is organised by the people behind the successful Field Day festival, which will be held at the same venue on Saturday, June 2.
Apple Cart tickets for adults cost £35 plus a booking fee.
The organisers said: 'After a hugely successful first year last summer, The Apple Cart is set to cement its reputation as a colourful festival of ideas that caters to adults and children alike.
'Adopting something of a melting-pot ethos, it presents London with an entirely fresh, multi-disciplinary take on the festival experience: no other event in the capital has Turner prize winners and world class magicians and burlesque stars sit happily alongside arena-filling comedians and established music legends all on the same bill, on the same day.'
For more information or to book tickets, go to www.theapplecartfestival.com
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