Arcade Fire, Massive Attack, Foals to play Rock En Seine 2010

Blink-182, Cypress Hill, Queens Of The Stone Age are also on the bill for French bash

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Massive Attack, Arcade Fire, Blink-182 and Cypress Hill are among the first wave of acts announced to play this year's Rock En Seine festival near Paris.

Other bands playing the event, which takes place on August 27-29 include Bloc Party frontman Kele Okereke (playing under his solo name 'Kele'), Queens Of The Stone Age, Beirut and Foals.

Last year's festival was notable as it was where Oasis – who were due to headline – split up.

The line-up for this year's Rock En Seine, so far, is:

Massive Attack
Arcade Fire
Blink-182
Cypress Hill
Roxy Music
Queens Of The Stone Age
LCD Soundsystem
Underworld
Paolo Nutini
The Kooks
Eels
Beirut
2 Many DJs
Foals
Black Rebel Motorcycle Club
Two Door Cinema Club
Wave Machines
Fat Freddy's Drop
Kele
Chew Lips


To check the availability of Rock En Seine tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

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