Faith No More announced as final Open'er Festival headliner

San Francisco rockers join The Black Keys, Jack White, Phoenix and Pearl Jam at the top of the bill in Poland

Faith No More announced as final Open'er Festival headliner

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Faith No More have been announced as the final headliner of this summer's Open'er Festival.

The band will join previously announced headliners Phoenix, The Black Keys, Jack White and Pearl Jam at the event, which takes place in Gdynia, Poland, from July 2-5.

Faith No More's set will follow their show at London's Hyde Park on July 4, where they support Black Sabbath as part of the Barclaycard British Summer Time event. The band last played Open'er in 2009.

Other bands on the bill include Lykke Li, Wild Beasts, Banks and Ben Howard as well as Warpaint, Daughter and Bastille. Tickets are on sale at Opener.pl/en. Open'er 2013 took place last July and was headlined by Arctic Monkeys, Kings Of Leon, Blur and Queens Of The Stone Age.

To check the availability of Open'er tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now.

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