Kings Of Leon, Strokes, Kanye West, Arcade Fire for Coachella

Interpol, PJ Harvey and Brandon Flowers also confirmed for California festival

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Kings Of Leon, Arcade Fire, Kanye West and The Strokes will headline this year's Coachella festival.

The full bill for the festival, which takes place on April 15–17 in California, is available to view at Coachella.com.

Kings Of Leon headline the Friday night (15) of the event, with Interpol, Robyn, The Black Keys, Brandon Flowers, Cee Lo Green and The Chemical Brothers set to play on that day too.

Arcade Fire headline the Saturday (16), with Animal Collective, Mumford and Sons, Bright Eyes, The Kills, Scissor Sisters and Elbow all on the bill before them.

Kanye West and The Strokes will co-headline the Sunday (17), with PJ Harvey, Duran Duran, The National, Jimmy Eat World and Nas also on the bill that day.

See Coachella.com for more.

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