The legendary Bristolians join Tame Impala and Kraftwerk in topping the bill at the London festival.
The shows are additional to a series of sold-out London shows at the end of May and beginning of June.
Billed as “The greenest show Finsbury Park has ever seen”, the Manchester band will head to the historic location on 11 July.
Recently, the London-based band presented ‘Speakers Corner’ - an evening of conversation inspired by the themes of their new album.
The event will take place in a variety of north London venues from 6 to 8 March.
Support will come from James Blake and Brittany Howard, with more names set to be announced soon.
The event promises “A series of filmed round table talks with a host of incredible activists, writers and comedians joining us to tackle some of the biggest discussions today."
The winners will be revealed next month at the annual awards ceremony, which is due to take place at London’s The O2 on 18 February.
Fans report that the star's set list at the show also included 'Lover', 'You Need To Calm Down', 'Shake It Off' and more.
Part of London's annual British Summer Time concerts programme, the pop giant's show will be on Saturday, 11 July.
Support at the massive show comes from Pixies and White Reaper, with more acts still to be announced.
The new editions brings together the original album with previously unreleased 'Secret Psychedelic Mixes' and a selection of B-sides and remixes.
Tame Impala are set to play their first UK show after the release of their fourth album, 'The Slow Rush', on 14 February.
Director Sophie Huber's Blue Note documentary, 'Beyond The Notes' also airs tonight at 9.30 on BBC4.
The disco icon will follow in footsteps of Patti Smith, Scott Walker, Nick Cave, David Bowie and Robert Smith as curator of the London music festival.