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Festival line-up update – 14 Mar 2011

Festival News

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1234 FESTIVAL, Shoreditch Park, London, 9 Jul: Black Lips, Becoming Real, The Chapman Family, Peepholes and Sex Beet are the trendiest amongst hordes of trendy acts announced to play at East London’s trendy Shoreditch Park. Also keeping things trendy will be Autokratz, Lydia Lunch and Electricity In Our Homes. www.the1234shoreditch.com

HEINEKEN OPEN’ER, Gdynia, Poland, 30 Jun – 3 Jul: Organisers have newly introduced The National, Big Boi, Deadmau5 and Two Door Cinema Club to the Open’er bill, reinforcing an already weighty line-up that features Coldplay, Pulp, MIA and Foals. www.opener.pl/en

HEVY, Port Lympne Wildlife Park, Kent, 5-8 Aug: Now in its third year, this burgeoning Kentish rock riot is set to welcome US alt-rockers The Dillinger Escape Plan, who will play their sole European festival date of 2011. Post-metal Brighton band Architects will co-headline, with Bouncing Souls, We Are The Ocean, Your Demise and ska-punk legends Capdown also featuring amongst an array of other metal, rock and hardcore talent set to appear. www.hevy.co.uk

ROCKNESS, Loch Ness, Scotland, 10-12 Jun: Rock Ness’ all-new Sub Club Sound System Arena will play host to Jamie xx, Matthew Dear, Modeselektor, Magda and Raresh amongst other dance acts and DJs. Kasabian, The Chemical Brothers and Paolo Nutini are already confirmed to headline at this loch-adjacent Scottish event. www.rockness.co.uk

SUNRISE CELEBRATION, Lilcombe Farm, South Somerset, 2-5 Jun: Manchester electro ensemble Lamb are set to headline the non-profit eco bash, with The Correspondents and The Soothsayers also fresh on the bill alongside existing acts such as Johnny Flynn, The Beat and Orb Soundsystem. www.sunrisecelebration.com

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