March 21, 2011 10:08

Grace Jones, Naked And Famous, The Like join London's Wireless line-up

New additions will play below Pulp on festival's final day

Grace Jones, Naked And Famous, The Like join London's Wireless line-up
Grace Jones, The Naked And Famous and The Like have been added to the bill for this summer's Wireless Festival.

Wireless takes place on July 1-3 at London's Hyde Park.

Jones will play below headliners Pulp on the festival’s final night. The Naked And Famous, Summer Camp, Devotchka, The Like and Roky Erickson have also joined the line-up for that day.

The festival’s first two days will be headlined by the The Black Eyed Peas and The Chemical Brothers. See Wirelessfestival.co.uk for more information.

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

The Wireless Festival line-up so far is:

The Black Eyed Peas
Chemical Brothers
Pulp
Foals
The Horrors
TV On The Radio
Metronomy
The Naked And Famous
Grace Jones
The Like
Devotchka
Roky Erickson
Summer Camp
Plan B
Chase & Status
Example
Tinie Tempah
Chase And Status
Aphex Twin
Chromeo
Janelle Monae
Battles
The Whip
Justin Robertson
Nero
David Guetta
Bruno Mars
Far East Movement
Labrinth
Wretch 32
Yasmin
The Streets
Katy B
Devlin
Digitalism

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