Elbow, Maximo Park and Horrors added to Benicassim bill Elbow Tickets

More acts join Oasis, Kings Of Leon and The Killers for Spanish festival

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Elbow, Maximo Park, The Horrors and Peaches have all been added to the bill for this year's Benicassim Festival.

The acts will be joining the likes of Oasis, Kings Of Leon and The Killers on the bill for the Spanish festival’s 15th birthday event, which takes place over a four-day weekend (July 16-19).

Other live acts that have been added to the bill are The Walkmen, Lykke Li, The Mighty Stef and Steve Aoki.

The full line-up for Benicassim Festival so far is:

Oasis
The Bishops
Aldo Linares
Anni B Sweet
The Coronas
Glasvegas
Mystery Jets
Naive New Beaters
No Reply
We Are Standard
Kings Of Leon
Boys Noize
Paul Weller
Fight Like Apes
Joe Crepusculo
Magazine
Nacho Vegas
nudozurdo
Yuksek
Franz Ferdinand
Aeroplane
Bell X1
Josele Santiago
Lily Allen
Tadeo
The Killers
CatPeople
Friendly Fires
Late Of The Pier
Laurent Garnier
The Psychedelic Furs
TV On The Radio
White Lies


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