Lostprophets, Refused, Maccabees added to Optimus Alive '12 line-up – ticket details

Warpaint, Miles Kane, Katy B also join the Portuguese festival's bill

Lostprophets, Refused, Maccabees added to Optimus Alive '12 line-up – ticket details

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Lostprophets, Refused and The Maccabees are among the new additions to the line-up for this year's Optimus Alive '12.

The festival, which takes place in Passeio Maritimo De Alges in Portugal from July 13 – 15 this summer, is already confirmed to feature the likes of Radiohead, Florence And The Machine and The Cure on the bill.

Among the other new additions to the festival's line-up are Miles Kane, Katy B, Warpaint, The Kills, SBTRKT, The Antlers and LMFAO.

For more information, see Optimusalive.com.

To check availability of Optimus Alive '12 tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

The line-up for Optimus Alive '12 so far is as follows:

Caribou
Florence And The Machine
Justice
Mazzy Star
Metronomy
Mumford and Sons
Paus
Radiohead
Snow Patrol
The Cure
The Kooks
The Stone Roses
Katy B
LMFAO
Lostprophets
Miles Kane
Refused
SBTRKT
Sebastian
The Antlers
The Kills
The Maccabees
Warpaint

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