Professor Green and Wretch 32 for V Festival - but not Dolly Parton

Plus Labrinth added to bill for August events

Professor Green and Wretch 32 for V Festival - but not Dolly Parton

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Professor Green, Wretch 32 and Labrinth have been added to the bill for this summer's V Festival - but Dolly Parton hasn't.

Country star Parton had been listed on her MySpace page as set to play the August 20-21 Chelmsford and Staffordshire events earlier today (May 11). However, festival representatives have said this is an error and she is not booked.

Eminem and Arctic Monkeys are set to headline the bashes while Rihanna, Primal Scream and Kaiser Chiefs are also on the bill.



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The V Festival line-up so far is:

Arctic Monkeys
Eminem
Rihanna
Primal Scream
The Script
Kaiser Chiefs
Manic Street Preachers
Razorlight
Pendulum
Duran Duran
Chase & Status
Lostprophets
Good Charlotte
Kids In Glass Houses
The Wanted
Professor Green
Labrinth
Wretch 32
Dionne Bromfield
The Noisettes
Scouting For Girls
Tinie Tempah
The Courteeners
The Wombats
Bruno Mars
Ellie Goulding
Jessie J
N-Dubz
Big Audio Dynamite
Example
Hurts
KT Tunstall
Squeeze
The Saturdays
Katy B
Olly Murs
You Me At Six
Wiz Khalifa
Fun Lovin' Criminals
Imelda May
Cast
Ocean Colour Scene
Eliza Doolittle

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