More names added to Bamboozle line-up

Muse and Brand New are on the bill

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More names have been added to the bill for the Bamboozle Festival, taking place in New Jersey in May.

Headliners My Chemical Romance and Linkin Park will be joined by Muse, Brand New, Andrew WK and more, with a special performance confirmed by parody specialist Weird Al Yankovic.

New Found Glory and Men, Women and Children will also perform at the event, which will take place at The Meadowlands Sports Complex in East Rutherford, New Jersey.

Two-day passes for the event have already sold-out but one day passes are still available.

To view the entire line-up go to thebamboozle.com.

The Bamboozle takes place on May 5 and 6.

--By our New York staff.
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