Groove Armada and Biffy Clyro added to Jersey Live 2010 line-up

Acts will join Paul Weller, Kate Nash and Plan B at the event

Groove Armada and Biffy Clyro added to Jersey Live 2010 line-up
Groove Armada and Biffy Clyro are among the names added to the line-up for this year's Jersey Live.

Both acts will play the main stage on the Saturday night (September 4), with Groove Armada headlining the bash.

Other new additions to the bill include The Magic Numbers, Fenech Soler and Freelance Whales.

Taking place in the Royal Jersey Showgrounds on the Channel Islands, the event is being held between September 4 and 5.

For more information, visit JerseyLive.org.uk.

The Jersey Live line-up so far is:

Paul Weller
Groove Armada
Calvin Harris (DJ Set)
Biffy Clyro
Kate Nash
Plan B
Chase & Status
The Magic Numbers
The Big Pink
Darwin Deez
Tinie Tempah
We Have Band
Sub Focus
Chapel Club
Peggy Sue
Django Django
Muchuu
Here We Go Magic
Teenage Bad Girl
Fenech Soler



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