March 27, 2006 13:30

More names added to Wireless Gogol Bordello Tickets

A host of acts join the bill

More names added to Wireless
Gnarls Barkley and Gogol Bordello are amongst a host of new acts just confirmed for this year’s O2 Wireless Festival.

The event, which took place in London's Hyde Park for the first time last summer, returns to that location, with The Like and Gogol Bordello taking to the stage on June 21 and The B-52s, Missy Higgins and Robyn Hitchcock & The Minus 3 appearing on June 22.

Ok Go will be making their Wireless debut on June 25 with Robyn Hitchcock & The Minus 3 performing again at the Leeds leg of the event on the same day.

Gnarls Barkley will play on June 23 in London and the following day in Leeds.

The 02 Wireless Festival runs between June 21-25 in the capital and will feature such bands as The Strokes, Massive Attack, Belle & Sebastian, Super Furry Animals, The Flaming Lips, DJ Shadow, Pharrell Williams, James Blunt, Zero 7, Eels, Depeche Mode and Goldfrapp.

The two day Leeds leg will take place at Harewood House between June 24-25 with Goldfrapp, Pharrell Williams, DJ Shadow, The Who, Super Furry Animals and The Flaming Lips on the bill.

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