May 3, 2011 14:03

Empire Of The Sun join Big Chill 2011 line-up - ticket details

Bullits and Amy Winehouse' goddaughter Dionne Bromfield also join bill

Empire Of The Sun join Big Chill 2011 line-up - ticket details

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Empire Of The Sun have been added to the line-up for this year's The Big Chill festival.

They join a host of new acts added to the bill including The Bullits featuring Jay Electronica and Hollywood actress Lucy Liu. Dionne Bromfield, the goddaughter of Amy Winehouse is also playing, plus King Midas Sound and Engine-Earz Experiment.

Kanye West is headlining the three-day event alongside The Chemical Brothers and Rodrigo Y Gabriela at Eastnor Castle Park, Herefordshire on August 5-7.



For more information go to Bigchill.net.

The Big Chill line-up so far is:

Kanye West
The Chemical Brothers
Rodrigo Y Gabriela
Empire Of The Sun
The Bullits
Dionne Bromfield
King Midas Sound
Engine-Earz Experiment
Neneh Cherry
Wild Beasts
Electrelane
Mahala Rai Banda
Ariel Pink's Haunted Graffiti
Kanye West
2manydjs
Jessie J
Metronomy
Janelle Monae
Crystal Fighters
The Knocks
Robert Plant and Band Of Joy
Warpaint
Calvin Harris
Example
The Midnight Beast
Katy B
Devlin
Brandt Brauer Frick
Femi Kuti and the Positive Force
Norman Jay
About Group
Chipmunk
Plastician
Aloe Blacc
Hercules And Love Affair
Horace Andy
Fenech-Soler
Cubic Zirconia
Sharon Jones & The Dap Kings
Quantic
Mulatu Astatke & The Black Jesus Experience
Liam Bailey
Jamie Woon
Flying Lotus
xxxy
Scuba
The Ariya Astrobeat Arkestra
Matthew Halsall Remixed
The Stepkids
Ghostpoet
Electric Wire Hustle
Buraka Som Sistema
Lil Silva
Gentleman's Dub Club
Congo Natty & Tenor Fly
Andreya Triana
Submotion Orchestra
Spoek Mathambo
Four Tet
Jamie XX
East Park Reggae Collective
Prince Fatty Soundsystem


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

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