As mentioned, Music to Know Fest makes its debut in East Hampton, NY over the weekend of August 13-14, and features artists such as Vampire Weekend, Bright Eyes, Matt & Kim, Ra Ra Riot, Dawes, and others. Set times have been announced for the festival, which you can check out below.

MTK, not to be confused with Escape to NY, have also teamed up with MTA Long Island Railroad (LIRR) to add an official westbound train for concertgoers:

The train, departing from the LIRR East Hampton station at 10:56 PM, is aptly timed to ensure concert goers will have sufficient time to enjoy the day's line-up and festivities and will be making all the local stops on Long Island into Brooklyn and Manhattan.

For more fun, you can download the official MTK 2011 App for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad at the iTunes app store. The fest also features fashion tents. According to a press release:

The fashion pop-up tents will be set up in a "retail village" and the merchants are anything but your average festival brands. Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen were first to purchase pop-ups from MTK: Music To Know - planning to debut their much-anticipated website StyleMint and their successful contemporary line Elizabeth & James to the crowd of almost 10,000 people gathered at the event in the Hamptons during the height of the season.

Hmmm... Tickets for the festival are still available. Set times and a list of the clothing brands that will be on display at the fest below...

MTK 2011 Set Times
Saturday, August 13:
8:30 PM - Vampire Weekend
7:05 PM - Matt and Kim
5:45 PM - Ellie Goulding
4:25 PM - Tame Impala
3:20 PM - M. Ward
2:15 PM - Tom Tom Club
1:15 PM - We Are Scientists
12:30 PM - Francis and the Lights
11:45 AM - Suddyn
11:00 AM - Nicos Gun

Sunday, August 14:
8:30 PM - Bright Eyes
7:05 PM - Cold War Kids
5:40 PM - Chromeo
4:35 PM - Ra Ra Riot
3:30 PM - Dawes
2:30 PM - Fitz and the Tantrums
1:30 PM - Naked and Famous
12:30 PM - The Limousines
11:45 AM - Young Empires

Fashion Tents
Duck & Weave
Elizabeth & James
Gloria Jewel
Jack Willis
Khanh's Sports
Tory Burch

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