Florence And The Machine, La Roux for Isle Of Wight Festival 2010

N-Dubz, The Hold Steady also set for June event

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Florence And The Machine, La Roux, N-Dubz and The Hold Steady have been added to the line-up of the Isle Of Wight Festival.

Florence Welch and her band will play on the Main Stage some time before headliner Jay-Z on Friday, June 11. La Roux and N-Dubz will play in the Big Top tent on Saturday, June 12 along with The Saturdays and headliners Orbital.

The Strokes have also been announced as headliners for the event, which wraps up on Sunday, June 13. Biffy Clyro, Friendly Fires and Doves are also set to play.

The Isle Of Wight Festival line-up so far is:

Biffy Clyro
Blondie
Crowded House
Daisy Dares You
Doves
Florence And The Machine
Friendly Fires
Hockey
James
Jay-Z
The Hold Steady
La Roux
N-Dubz
Ocean Colour Scene
Orbital
Mr Hudson
Paloma Faith
Pink
Shakespears Sister
Spandau Ballet
Squeeze
The Saturdays
The Strokes
Vampire Weekend


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