The two-day festival will also see performances from Slaves, Hotel Lux, Martha Gunn, a special guest yet to be announced, and many others.
Peaky Blinders writer and creator Steven Knight said to BBC of the festival, “I wanted to put together a festival sanctioned by us but not to comment on anybody else’s attempt.”
The date of the festival (14-15 September) is designed to coincide with the 100th anniversary of when the first ever episode was set.
Alongside live music, there’ll be Q&A’s with members of the cast, food, drink and “immersive site-wide theatre”.
Last month it was revealed that Anna Calvi had composed the score for series five of the popular series.