July 1, 2011 16:29

Bon Iver to co-curate new Parisian festival – ticket details

Wild Beasts, Cut Copy and Jens Lekman will join Justin Vernon in French capital

Bon Iver to co-curate new Parisian festival – ticket details

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Bon Iver are set to curate a new music festival in Paris in October.

The 'Calgary' singer songwriter will play La Grande Halle in the French capital on October 29 as headliner of the Pitchfork Music Festival. He is also set to act as curator of the festival.

Acts confirmed to play alongside Bon Iver so far are Jens Lekman, Wild Beasts, Cut Copy and Pantha du Prince. More artists will be confirmed in the coming weeks.

For more information about the festival, visit Digitick.com/pitchfork-music-festival.

Bon Iver released their self-titled second album last month and play their largest ever UK tour in October.

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

The line-up for Pitchfork Music Festival Paris so far is:

Bon Iver
Jens Lekman
Wild Beasts
Cut Copy
Kathleen Edwards
Pantha du Prince

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Video: Bon Iver - 'Calgary'

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