Taking place on Friday May 26 at Brockwell Park during the May Bank Holiday weekend, the music will span drum ‘n’ bass, jungle, grime, techno and more.
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Live performances will come from the likes of Ghetts, FLOHIO, Pip Millett and Ojerime – along with Fabio & Grooverider performing a live score celebrating the history of jungle and drum ‘n’ bass with The Outlook Orchestra.
Also on the line-up is Rustie, who has hinted a full return to the music industry after quitting the DJ gigging circuit in 2015, citing "addiction & mental health problems".
Once the Brockwell Park event wraps up, there will be a full, 10-venue night programme, with parties taking place at fabric, Village Underground, Phonox, Electric Brixton and other spots around the capital.
Village Underground will host a junglist-exclusive line-up with Tim Reaper, Sully, Coco Bryce and Dwarde, while fabric will host a three room party, with each of the rooms created by Channel Tres, Hudson Mohawke and Rustie.
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Speaking about the launch of the new festival, the team behind it said: “We’re proud to announce Project 6, a brand new event with a carefully curated line-up that covers a daytime festival and 10 nighttime sessions across some of London’s best dancefloors.
“Clubs are a vital part of this city’s vibrant music scene and we wanted to create a festival where music lovers can enjoy music outdoors in the summer sun, while placing equal focus on the city’s treasured club spaces,” it continued.
“Project 6 is about community, supporting venues, artists, labels, collectives and bringing people together celebrating the music we love.”
For tickets and to see the full line-up visit the Project 6 official website.
Isaac Muk is Mixmag's Digital Intern, follow him on Twitter