Edwyn Collins, Gang Of Four complete Berlin Festival line-up

Acts to join Editors, LCD Soundsystem and Adam Green at the German event

Edwyn Collins, Gang Of Four complete Berlin Festival line-up
Edwyn Collins, Gang Of Four and Tahiti 80 are the final additions to the line-up for this year's Berlin Festival.

The acts will join the likes of Editors, Adam Green, LCD Soundsystem, Hot Chip and Atari Teenage Riot, who have already been confirmed for the event.

The bash takes place between September 10-11 at Tempelhof Airport in the German capital.

For more information, visit BerlinFestival.de.

The line-up for this year's Berlin Festival includes:

Editors
Fatboy Slim
LCD Soundsystem
Fever Ray
Atari Teenage Riot
Robyn
Adam Green
2manydjs
Blood Red Shoes
Caribou
Erol Alkan
Junip
Hot Chip
Soulwax
Gang Of Four
Tricky
Edwyn Collins
Peaches
Wedding Present
We Have Band
Neon Indian
Tahiti 80
Fang Island

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