July 2, 2010 14:35

Level 42 to play Bestival 2010

'80s veterans join a raft of new acts at this year's line-up

Level 42 to play Bestival 2010
Level 42 have joined the bill for this year's Bestival 2010 line-up (September 9-12).

The 1980s band will celebrate their 30th anniversary with a performance on the Isle Of Wight festival's main stage on September 10.

They join a host of newly announced acts, including Giggs, cocknbullkid, Eliza Doolittle, Villagers and King Blues.

The line-up so far for Bestival 2010 is:

Adrian Sherwood
Alex Metric (live)
Autonomic Showcase Featuring dBridge Instra:mental SP:MC
Caspa and MC Rod Azlan
Chic feat. Nile Rodgers
Chris Coco
Crystal Fighters
Dave Clarke
Deer Tick
Dizzee Rascal
King Blues
The Flaming Lips
Hot Chip
LCD Soundsystem
Level 42
Gil Scott Heron
Chase & Status
Echo & The Bunnymen
Eliza Doolittle
Simian Mobile Disco
Rolf Harris
Marc Almond
Dan Le Sac Vs Scroobius Pip
Ellie Goulding
Fat Freddy's Drop
Flying Lotus
Four Tet
Kitty, Daisy & Lewis
Tinie Tempah
The Cuban Brothers
Chilly Gonazales
The Gaslamp Killer
The Vegetable Orchestra
Ulrich Schnauss
The Twinkle Brothers
High Llamas
The Antlers
Archie Bronson Outfit
Beth Jeans Houghton
Mumford & Sons
DJ Yoda
DJ Zinc
Egyptian Hip Hop
Erland And The Carnival
Erol Alkan
Everything Everything
Fear Of Theydon
Feeling Gloomy
High Contrast and MC Wrec
Jack Beats
Jamie Woon
Mademoiselle Caro & Franck Garcia
MC Dynamite
Memory Tapes
Glen Matlock
Samuel & The Dragon
The Japanese Popstars
The Lost Brothers
Here We Go Magic
Countryside Alliance Crew
Laura J Martin
A Genuine Freakshow
Bookhouse Boys
King Charles
Three Trapped Tigers
French Horn Rebellion
Sisters Of Transistors
Spindle & Wit
Starless & Bible Black
The Boy Who Trapped The Sun
Tim And Sam's Tim And Sam Band With Tim And Sam
Unicorn Kid
Annie Mac
David Rodigan
Ewan Pearson
Greg Wilson
Nathan Fake
Huw Stephens
Mary Anne Hobbs
Jaguar Skills
Joy Orbison
Horse Meat Disco
DJ Derek
Greg's Greats
Seth Troxler
The Broken Hearts
Back To The Phuture
Neon Indian
North Atlantic Oscillation
Ou Est Le Swimming Pool
Paddy Freeform
Portico Quartet
Race Horses
Reggae Roast
Shy FX
Sombrero Soundsystem
Sparrow And The Workshop
Sub Focus (Live)
The Bikini Beach Band
The Jim Jones Revue
The Temper Trap
Todd Edwards
Tom Middleton

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

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