June 11, 2010 8:00

AC/DC, Jay-Z and Florence And The Machine set for first day of Isle Of Wight and Download festivals

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AC/DC, Jay-Z and Florence And The Machine set for first day of Isle Of Wight and Download festivals

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Jay-Z and Florence And The Machine are set to play this year's Isle Of Wight Festival, while AC/DC and Them Crooked Vultures are getting ready for Download as both events begin today (June 11).

Doves and Calvin Harris will also be performing on the Main Stage at the Isle Of Wight, while over at Donington Park Bullet For My Valentine and Foo Fighters drummer Taylor Hawkins and his band The Coattail Riders are among the acts on the bill.

NME will be bringing you coverage of both festivals live from the Download and Isle Of Wight sites. Head to NME.COM/festivals for news, blogs and pictures.

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