Grace Jones to headline Lovebox Festival 2012 – ticket details

Jones joins Hot Chip and Friendly Fires in topping the bill at the London event

Grace Jones to headline Lovebox Festival 2012 – ticket details

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Grace Jones will headline this year's Lovebox festival.

The festival, which takes place on June 15–17 in London's Victoria Park, will be headlined by Jones, who tops the bill alongside Hot Chip and Friendly Fires.

Also newly confirmed for the festival are Lana Del Rey, Mika and Felix da Housecat. They join a bill that already includes Crystal Castles, Magnetic Man, Azari & III, Kelis, Little Dragon, Toddla T, The Rapture, Patrick Wolf, Azealia Banks and former Frankie Goes To Hollywood frontman Holly Johnson.

See Lovebox.net for more information about the festival.

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

The Lovebox line-up so far is:

Hot Chip
Crystal Castles
Madeon
Magnetic Man
Grace Jones
Lana Del Rey
Mika
Felix Da Housecat
Zinc
Boy Better Know
P Money
Marcus Nasty
Plastician
N Type
Roska
Trim
2 Bears
Sub Focus LIVE
Rusko
Shy Fx + Stamina MC
Breakage
The Toddla T Sound
Youngman Live
The Heatwave
B Traits
Pearson Sound
Ben UFO
Pangaea
Benji B
Friendly Fires
Emile Sandé
Kelis
Little Dragon
Azealia Banks
Crazy P
Netsky
High Contrast
David Rodigan
Camo & Krooked
Danny Byrd
London Elektricity
SPY
Logistics
Nu:tone
The Prototypes
Fred V & Grafix
Dynamite MC
Wrec
Lowqui
SP:MC
AD
Risky
Damian Lazarus
Maceo Plex
Art Department
Amirali LIVE
Robert James
Dixon
Prosumer
Move D
Joy Orbison
Gerd Janson
Warm
Holly Johnson
Azari & iii
Nikki & The Dove
Jonny Woo Etc
The Rapture
Patrick Wolf
Tyson
Ronika
The Golden Filter
Penguin Prison
DJ Hell
Ivan Smagghe
Gutter Slut DJs
Pr QX
Nic Fisher
Ralf
Miss Crystal MC
Trailer Trash DJs
Hannah Holland
Mikki Most
Jim Stanton and James Hillard
Luke Howard
Severino
Andrew Weatherall
Tim Sweeney
Optimo
Kris Di Angelis
Jodie Harsh
Joshyou Are

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