The Cincinnati band's event will take place on Apr. 28-29 on the riverfront in their hometown.
Nobody told The National that you can't go home again. The Cincinnati-bred rockers revealed the all-star lineup for the inaugural edition of their upcoming Homecoming festival on Monday morning (Jan. 8) and it features the expected, eclectic mix of indie superstars and up-and-comers. In addition to two unique sets from the band on both nights of the Apr. 28-29 festival in the city's Ohio River-side Smale Park, they will be joined by Father John Misty, Feist, Future Islands, The Breeders and Lord Huron.
The event, presented in association with MusicNow -- the envelope-pushing annual Cincinnati festival of contemporary and avant garde music founded by National guitarist Bryce Dessner -- will also feature sets from Julien Baker, Moses Sumney, Alvvays and Big Thief, as well as more acts to be named soon; tickets are available here.