April 4, 2011 15:37

Crystal Castles, Klaxons, La Roux for Poland's Selector Festival

Hercules & Love Affair and Katy B will also play June event

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Crystal Castles, Klaxons and La Roux are among the first names to be confirmed for this year’s Selector Festival.

The event takes place in Kraków, Poland on June 3–4.

Hercules And Love Affair, Katy B, Ladytron and Does It Offend You, Yeah? are amongst the other acts who will be appearing at the festival this year.

See Selectorfestival.pl for more details.

The line-up so far is:

Crystal Castles
Klaxons
La Roux
Does It Offend You, Yeah?
The Orb
Hercules & Love Affair
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Fenech-Soler
Ladytron
Katy B
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