Little Boots, Calvin Harris for Nokia Skate Almighty bill

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Little Boots, Calvin Harris and Good Shoes are among the acts set to play sets at the Nokia Skate Almighty, which takes place in London from August 5-9.

The free event invites the public to take to the capital's Potter's Fields skate rink while watching bands and DJ's. It will be open to families during the day and over 18s from 6pm (BST).

The line-up for Nokia Skate Almighty so far is:

Little Boots
Calvin Harris
Foals (DJ set)
The Holloways
Good Shoes
Raygun
Example (LIVE and DJ wire)
Pipettes
Queens Of Noize
Zezi Ifore
Mean Poppa
Love Grandades
Goldierocks
Dolly Rockers

For more information, and to order tickets, see Skatealmighty.nokia.co.uk.

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