British veteran rockers The Who and current hit-makers Keane are the confirmed headliners of a new music event called Knowsley Hall Music Festival in the northern English city of Liverpool.

Said to be the first ever two-day festival in the city, the 80,000-capacity event will take place June 23-24 on the 2,500-acre grounds surrounding the historic 14th-century stately home Knowsley Hall.

The festival is organized by Cream, the nightclub company behind the Liverpool-originated dance festivals Creamfields and a string of U.K. and European live music events.

Joining The Who on June 23 are Liverpudlian act The Coral, up-and-coming Scottish indie rock group The View and 1980s singer/songwriter Pete Wylie and his group The Mighty Wah. The following day will see local alternative rockers The Zutons join Keane.

Ticket prices range from £70 ($137.60) for the weekend, £42.50 ($83.56) on the Saturday and £37.50 ($73.73) on the Sunday, to £99 ($194.65) for VIP hospitality. More headliners are scheduled to be announced.