The show comes on the heels of Sigrid’s latest single, ‘Mirror.’
Turner's four-night extravaganza will be in Camden from September 16 to September 19.
Filmed in 2018, the performance showcases the band delivering a four-decade deep set to a select crowd of 3,000 fans at London’s Royal Festival Hall.
The show has been confirmed at London's Kenwood House for June 24 with Feeder, Maximo Park and more also on the bill.
Scheduled for August 30 on London’s Clapham Common, the event will also feature Architects, Lil Yachty and more.
This is the second time the London-based event has been postponed as it was originally due to happen in June 2020.
Pearl Jam, Duran Duran, and the Pixies are among next year’s confirmed headliners.
The East London festival is slated to take place on August 27-30.
Tonight’s ‘Tapestry Rewoven’ will also feature Robert Vincent, Jo Harman, Charlie Dore, Danni Nicholls and many others.
'Tubular Bells – Live In Concert', will feature musical direction from Oldfield’s long-time collaborator Robin A. Smith, with the album performed by an expansive live group.
The rising singer-songwriter is set to play shows on three consecutive nights on July 6, 7 and 8.
The collaboration comes from Dizzee Rascal's 2020 album 'E3 AF.'
The historic UK venue kicks off its year-long celebrations in March.
The band will take to the stage at London’s Clapham Grand for the festive season on December 19.
Next month, the band return to London's Konk Studios, where they recorded 'I Had The Blues But I Shook Them Loose' across 2008 and 2009.