Mark Ronson confirmed to play O2 Wireless Festival

Klaxons and The Bees also announced

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Mark Ronson is among the acts joining the line-up for O2 Wireless Festival this year.

The acclaimed producer, who has just released his own album 'Version', play the London site on June 15 and Leeds on June 17.

Additional acts announced for both sites include Klaxons, The Bees, Mark Ronson, Mumm-Ra and The Pigeon Detectives.

The festival will take place at London Hyde Park and Leeds Harewood House between June 14-17, and will see the likes of The White Stripes, Faithless and Kaiser Chiefs headline.

The list of acts playing so far are:

London Hyde Park

The White Stripes, Queens Of The Stone Age, Air, Satellite Party, The Bees, Detroit Cobras, The Sounds, Dredg, The New Pornographers, Polytechnic, Ghosts, The Kissaway Trail, The Lea Shores (June 14)

Faithless, Badly Drawn Boy, Just Jack, Kelis, Mark Ronson, Cat Empire (15)

Daft Punk, CSS, LCD Soundsystem, Klaxons, Plan B, New Young Pony Club, Calvin Harris, Simian Mobile Disco, Digitalism (16)

Kaiser Chiefs, Editors, The Rakes, The Cribs, The Twang, Pigeon Detectives, Mumm-Ra, The Films, The Little Ones, Ripchord, The Duke Spirit, Los Campesinos, You Say Party We Say Die, Under The Influence Of Giants and Polysics (17)

Leeds Harewood House

The White Stripes, Queens Of The Stone Age, Air, Satellite Party, The Bees, Detroit Cobras, The Sounds, Dredg, The New Pornographers, Polytechnic, Ghosts, The Kissaway Trail and Lea Shores (June 15)

Kaiser Chiefs, Editors, The Rakes, The Cribs, The Twang, Pigeon Detectives, Mumm-Ra, The Little Ones, Los Campesinos, Ripchord, The Duke Spirit, You Say Party We Say Die, The Films, Under The Influence Of Giants and Polysics (16)

Daft Punk, LCD Soundsystem, Klaxons, CSS, Plan B, Mark Ronson, New Young Pony Club, Calvin Harris, Simian Mobile Disco, Digitalism (17)


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