LCD Soundsystem, Placebo, Pendulum added to Exit festival line-up

Acts will join The Chemical Brothers, Crystal Castles and Royksopp at the event

LCD Soundsystem, Placebo, Pendulum added to Exit festival line-up
LCD Soundsystem, Placebo and Pendulum have been added to the bill for the year's Exit festival.

Taking place at Petrovaradin Fortress in Novi Sad, Serbia between July 8 - 11, the bash will also feature The Chemical Brothers, Royksopp, Does It Offend You, Yeah? and Crystal Castles.

The Exit festival line-up so far includes:

The Chemical Brothers
Missy Elliott
David Guetta
LCD Soundsystem
Ricardo Villalobos
Crystal Castles
Suicidal Tendencies
The Exploited
Black Rose (Jesse Rose & Henrik Schwarz)
Boys Noize
Busy P
DJ Mehdi
Dirty South
Does It Offend You, Yeah?
Erol Alkan
Foreign Beggars
Hudson Mohawke
Josh Wink
Laidback Luke
L-Vis 1990
Midnight Juggernauts
Moderat live
Obojeni Program
Ost & Kjex live
Ritam Nereda
Riva Starr
The Twelves
We Have Band
Al & The Blackcats
Arigo Pentrado
Ashen Epitaph
Awaiting Fear
Bambi Molesters
B King + Andrea
Concrete Sun
Citizen X

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