More big names join V Festival bill

And some up-and-coming acts too

More big names join V Festival bill
Gomez, Echo And The Bunnymen and Lily Allen are among the acts who have been added to the bill for this year’s V Festival.

The Dead 60s, Xavier Rudd and Dogs are also confirmed to play the bash this year.

The acts will join headliners Morrissey and Radiohead plus others including Razorlight, Faithless, Beck, Kasabian and Paul Weller.

Taking place between at Hylands Park, Chelmsford and Weston Park, Staffordshire, the V Festival runs between August 19-20.

The line up for the V Festival 2006 now looks like:

Bloc Party
Paul Weller
Bic Runga
Daniel Powter
The Ordinary Boys
Fatboy Slim
Groove Armada
The Charlatans
The Go! Team
We Are Scientists
Girls Aloud
Ghost Cat
The Magic Numbers
James Dean Bradfield
Rufus Wainwright
The Feeling
Daniel Powter
Bic Runga
Gavin Degraw
The Cardigans
The Saw Doctors
The Rifles
Echo And The Bunnymen
Lily Allen
The Dead 60s
Xavier Rudd

Tickets for the event sold out in record time this year with 130,000 going in under three hours.

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