The Lonely Island will play their first ever live concert this year

They'll perform at Clusterfest.

The Lonely Island are getting set to play their first ever live concert this year, at US comedy festival Clusterfest.

The trio have played live numerous times on TV over the years, but this will be their first ever full live concert set.

The festival is a collaboration between Comedy Central and Superfly and will take place in San Francisco between June 1-3.

Fellow comedic headliners include Jon Stewart, Amy Schumer and friends, and Trevor Noah, while musical performances will come from the likes of Third Eye Blind, Salt-n-Pepa, Action Bronson and Reggie Watts.

The festival is described as: “you inside Andy Samberg’s stomach”. You can buy tickets here.

Watch the trailer for the festival below, feauturing The Lonely Island.

Earlier this month, Andy Samberg joined Natalie Portman in a skit on Saturday Night live where the pair made a second rap video, following their first back in 2006.

‘Natalie’s 2nd Rap’ featured the actress revealing she’s matured a lot thanks to being a mother, before calling the interviewer a ‘bish’ and launching into a rap about dildoes on switchblades, ‘xannies dissolving in her Pinot’ and smoking weed during labour.

Back in 2016, a teacher was suspended after playing The Lonely Island’s T-Pain collaboration ‘I’m On A Boat’ and Duck Sauce’s ‘Big Bad Wolf’ to his class of 15-16-year-old Grade 10 students, during a lesson on satire.