July 7, 2009 13:53

Doves, The Cribs and Biffy Clyro to headline White Air 09

Extreme sports festival also features The Cribs and White Lies

Doves, The Cribs and Biffy Clyro to headline White Air 09
Doves, The Cribs and Biffy Clyro have been announced as the headliners of White Air 09.

The extreme sports festival is this year taking place in Brighton, and also features the likes of British Sea Power, White Lies, Natty and The Boxer Rebellion.

The festival takes place at Madeira Drive on Brighton beach, running from September 18-20.

As well as the music, White Air 09 will feature surfing, parkour, kitesurfing, windsurfing and displays by the Red Arrows.

Bands confirmed for White Air 09 so far are:

Doves
Biffy Clyro
The Cribs
British Sea Power
White Lies
Natty
The Boxer Rebellion

To check the availability of White Air 09 tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

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