David Byrne to play The Big Chill 2009

Orbital, Spiritualized and Magistrates are also set to perform

David Byrne to play The Big Chill 2009
David Byrne has been announced as the second headliner of The Big Chill 2009.

The former Talking Heads star will headline the Sunday night of the festival.

He joins Friday headliners Basement Jaxx and Saturday headliners Orbital at the Eastnor, Herefordshire bash, which takes place on August 7, 8 and 9.

Other acts on the bill include Toddla T Featuring MC Serocee, Spiritualized, Friendly Fires and Magistrates.

Comedians Dylan Moran and Russell Howard will also appear.

Confirmed acts on the bill so far are:

Alice Russell
Alphabeat DJ Set
Basement Jaxx
Boy Crisis
Chinese Man
Dan Black
David Byrne
DJ Derek
DJ Sandrinho
Dub Syndicate
Favela Chic
Friendly Fires
Horse Meat Disco
Jstar And MC Honey Brown
John Hegley
Ludovico Einaudi
Marina And The Diamonds
Moody Boyz
Mungo's Hi-Fi
Mr Scruff
Norman Jay
Pharoah Sanders
Red Rack’em
Richie Phoe
Sub Club
Summer of Dub
The Gist
Toddla T feat MC Serocee
To Rococco Rot
Tom Middleton
Wonky Pop
Zombie Zombie

'Early Bird' tickets for this year's festival are on sale at 2008 prices until February 28.

On March 1 the price will go up to the 2009 level. To check the availability of The Big Chill tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/GIGS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

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