March 27, 2012 11:00

Bob Dylan to headline Benicassim 2012 - ticket details

Jessie J, David Guetta and Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs also join the Spanish festival's line-up

Bob Dylan to headline Benicassim 2012  - ticket details

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Bob Dylan will headline this summer's Benicassim festival.

The folk legend joins The Stone Roses, Florence And The Machine and At The Drive-In in headlining the event and a bill that includes New Order, Crystal Castles, The Vaccines and Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds. The festival runs from July 12-15 this summer.

Also newly confirmed for the festival are Jessie J, David Guetta, Robyn Hitchcock & The Venus 3, Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs, Agoria and Arveene & Misk.

It was reported earlier this year that Bob Dylan is recording a new studio album, with the singer reportedly working on new material at a studio in Los Angeles owned by US singer-songwriter Jackson Browne.

Four day tickets for Benicassim, which are priced at €165, are available from

The line-up for Benicassim festival so far is as follows:

The Stone Roses
Florence And The Machine
Crystal Castles
Bob Dylan
The Vaccines
Katy B
Jessie J
David Guetta
Robyn Hitchcock & The Venus 3
Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs
Arveene & Misk
The Horrors
Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds
Miles Kane
Bombay Bicycle Club
New Order
Dizzee Rascal
At The Drive-In
The Maccabees
Bat For Lashes
Ed Sheeran
Chase And Status
Django Django
La Casa Azul
Oscar Mulero
Jero Romero
The New Raemon
School Of Seven Bells
Maya Jane Coles
Kurt Vile And The Violators
Maverick Sabre
Todd Terje
Deparment S
Thee Brandy Hips
Los Tiki Phantoms
Dave Clarke
Little Dragon
Lisa Hannigan
Arp Attack
Sons Phonetic
Ham Sandwich
Pony Bravo
Klaus & Kinski
The Secret Society
Juanita y los Feos

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