V2000 TAKES THE RAP!

[a]Cypress Hill[/a] and [a]Jurassic 5[/a] will be wowing the festival crowds in August...

V2000 TAKES THE RAP!
Cypress Hill and Jurassic 5 are the latest additions to the V2000 festival, to be held during August.

Jurassic 5 will begin the weekend taking to the MTV Peoplesound.com stage at Hylands Park, Chelmsford (August 19) before moving to the same stage the following day at Weston Park in Staffordshire. Cypress Hill move in the opposite direction, beginning on the main V Stage at Weston Park on August 19 and moving down to Chelmsford on August 20.

The hip-hop acts will be joining a line-up that already boasts, amongst others, Richard Ashcroft, Travis, Macy Gray, Paul Weller, Moby, Supergrass, Leftfield, Underworld, Death In Vegas and Flaming Lips.

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