Friendly Fires, Billy Bragg, Marc Almond for Camp Bestival 2010

Example, Wurzels, Pete And The Pirates added to line-up

Friendly Fires' Ed Macfarlane sweats it out onstage on the final night of the Shockwaves NME Awards Tour, Saturday February 21. As has become traditional on the tour, the band were joined by Florence Welch for the song 'Unfinished Business'.
Friendly Fires, Billy Bragg, Marc Almond, Example and Pete And The Pirates are among a slew of new acts added to the Camp Bestival line-up this year.

Friendly Fires will headline the final day of the festival (August 1). The Wurzels, Kid Carpet, The Blockheads and Hurts have also been added to the bill.

The festival takes place on July 30-August 1 in Dorset. The Human League, Madness and Calvin Harris are among the other acts previously confirmed to play.

The Camp Bestival line-up so far is:

Calvin Harris
The Human League
George Clinton with Parliament
Lee 'Scratch' Perry
Beth Jeans Houghton
Gold Panda
DJ Yoda
Bill Drummond's The17
The Fall
James Yorkston
The Cuban Brothers
Martin Carthy and Dave Swarbrick
Rob Da Bank
Greg Wilson
Ragga Twins
Nextmen featuring MC Wrec
DJ Derek
Cooly G
L-Vis 1990
Boy 8-Bit
Jonny Trunk
Greg's Greats
Friendly Fires
Marc Almond
Billy Bragg
The Blockheads
Hypnotic Brass Ensemble
Brian Eno's 'Apollo' performed by Icebreaker featuring BJ Cole
Chas And His Band
The Wurzels
Field Music
Lucky Elephant
Kid Carpet
Gentleman's Dub Club
Pete And The Pirates
The Apples
Nell Bryden
Caravan Palace
The J-Cats
The Boy Who Trapped The Sun
Laura J Martin
The Lost Brothers
Chris Wood
Mr Scruff DJ set
William Orbit DJ set
Jack Beats DJ set
Mark Lamarr DJ set
Nigel Godrich DJ set
Joy Orbison DJ set
Jakwob DJ set
Mistajam DJ set
Cooly G DJ set

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

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