Damon Albarn to headline EXIT Festival

The event takes place from July 10-13 in Novi Sad, Serbia

Damon Albarn to headline EXIT Festival

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Damon Albarn is set to headline this summer's EXIT Festival in Serbia.

He will top the bill on the main stage on July 12, joining a line-up that also includes Disclosure, Rudimental and Skrillex, with more artists to be announced soon. The event takes place from July 10-13, 2014 at the Petrovaradin Fortress in Novi Sad. For more information, visit: Exitfest.org.

Damon Albarn recently headed up the inaugural BBC 6 Music Festival in Manchester, playing with a career-spanning set that included songs from Blur, Gorillaz and The Good, The Bad & The Queen. He was joined by his new backing band, The Heavy Seas – comprising guitarist Seye, drummer Pauli The PSM, bassist Jeff Wootton and keyboard player Mike Smith – to air material from his forthcoming solo record 'Everyday Robots', due for release on April 28.

Damon Albarn recently picked up the NME Award For Innovation at the NME Awards 2014 with Austin, Texas. Following his appearance at next week's SXSW in Austin, he will return to the UK to perform two special London shows, at the Rivioli Ballroom in Crofton Park on April 30, followed by a show at the People's Palace in Mile End on May 1. He will also headline this summer's Latitude Festival.

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