Isle Of Wight 2011 line-up

Find out all the latest line-up details for the summer bash

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Kings Of Leon, Foo Fighters and Kasabian have all been confirmed for the June 2011 festival. To check ticket availability, head to NME.COM/tickets.

The bands confirmed for the festival are as follows:

Thursday 9th June

Big Top:
Boy George
ABC

Friday 10th June

Main Stage:
Kings Of Leon
Kaiser Chiefs
The Courteeners
Band Of Horses
We Are Scientists
Big Country

Big Top:
Joan Jett And The Blackhearts
Alexandra Burke
Eliza Doolittle
Imelda May
Wonderland
Edei
Laura Steel

The Garden Stage:
The Bonfires
Yellow Wire
John McIvor
Joe Janiak
Halo Band
Pronghorn

Saturday 11th June

Main Stage:
Foo Fighters
Pulp
Iggy And The Stooges
Seasick Steve
Mike And The Mechanics
Hurts
Stornoway
Lissie

Big Top:
The British Pink Floyd Show
Tom Jones
Parade
The Cult
Wild Beasts
The Vaccines
Semi Precious Weapons
The Like

The Garden Stage:
Roachford
Julie Felix
Tom McRae
Andrea Corr
The Arcadian Kicks
The Scarletz
Stereo Son
Will and The People
Charley Macaulay
7 Sharps

Sunday 12th June

Main Stage:
Kasabian
Beady Eye
The Script
Plan B
Pixie Lott
Two Door Cinema Club
James Walsh
Jeff Beck

Big Top:
Manic Street Preachers
Public Image Ltd.
Cast
Hadouken!
Nick Lowe
Brother
Various Cruelties
Springbok Nude Girls

The Garden Stage:
It's A Beautiful Day
Ben Montague
Tim Burgess And Mark Collins
James Walsh
Ian Broudie
Bibelots
Scarlette Fever
Bethia Beadman
Soul Circus

See isleofwightfestival.com for more details.

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