Taking place at a venue TBC, it promises to be an intimate and shambolic day of teletext and Digitiser-themed activities, the likes of which have never before been seen... and probably never will be again.
Block Party 2016 tickets will be going on sale very soon. In the meantime, read on for further details of what you can expect at this lewd and special event.
Our day will be split into two distinct halves. The opening hours will comprise a series of panels and activities around the medium of teletext,
Events will get underway at 1pm, with a live recording of the TeletextR podcast, hosted by Dan Farrimond and Carl "C-Man" Attrill - plus special guests!
Following that we'll have a teletext designers panel featuring myself, Steve "Horsenburger" Horsley - Teletext's other graphics artist, who I'm sure would love to tell you about the time we went to Great Yarmouth when were 15, as well as how we put Bubblegun together - and Dan Farrimond.
After that, there'll be an Ask The Teletext Experts Q&A, featuring a panel of teletext veterans who will be happy to answer any questions about their careers working for and with teletext.
Ever wondered how those old teletext pages are recovered? Our next panel is for you: Jason Robertson and Alistair Buxton will reveal how they became teletext's equivalent of Indiana Jones.
Rounding off the final part of the daytime activities, we'll have a discussion on the murky subject of teletext "hacking".
Following a short break, in which you'll be free to grab food and refreshments, we'll be resetting for the evening lunacy - which will be a special ticketed event entirely dedicated to all things Digitiser.
Hosted by top stand-up comedian Chris Coltrane - a self-styled Digitiser expert - we're keeping full details under wraps for now, but can reveal that it'll boast clips, surprises, characters, and a line-up of extra-special guests. As well as my sweet self, Mr Biffo, they will include:
Tim "Mr Hairs" Moore: the man who helped me launch Digitiser, was my co-writer on the failed BBC Three pilot Biffovision, and is now the UK's finest travel writer.
Gavin "Mr Udders" Lambert: my companion during the second half of my Digitiser journey, the man who chose your letters, wrote up the tips, and created both Strangelove the Tramp and Dennis: Man of Zinc.
Violet Berlin: who should need no introduction, as you'll obviously know her from TV's Bad Influence, and as Digitiser's longest-serving Panel 4 columnist.
It'll be the first time we've appeared on stage together, or discussed our time on Digitiser in public.
Alongside all this, you'll have access to our own version of Bamboozle - and lots, lots, lots, lots, lotslotslotslotslotslotslots, lots more.
Naturally, all of the above is provisional, and thus is subject to change and availability - plus none of us have ever organised anything like this before, so it might go tits-up. But hopefully it won't!
We're aiming to be a strictly non-profit event, in order to keep prices as low as possible. For this reason, we expect demand to be high, and ticket availability to be limited.
To ensure you don't miss out, be sure to keep your eye on Digitiser2000 and my Twitter feed for details of when they'll be on sale.