April 30, 2010 19:31

New Young Pony Club, Magnetic Man, Darwin Deez added to Wireless Festival line-up

Acts will join Jay-Z, LCD Soundsystem and Snoop Dogg at the event

New Young Pony Club, Magnetic Man, Darwin Deez added to Wireless Festival line-up
New Young Pony Club, Magnetic Man and Darwin Deez have joined the line-up for this year's Wireless Festival.

Taking place in London's Hyde Park on July 2-4, the acts will join the likes of Jay-Z, LCD Soundsystem and Snoop Dogg at the bash.

Other new additions to the bill include Hurts, Jamie Lidell, I Blame Coco, Sub Focus, Alan Pownall and The Kush.

The Wireless Festival line-up so far is:

July 2

Pink
The Ting Tings
Gossip
The Temper Trap
Plan B
Taylor Hawkins And The Coattail Riders
Bowling For Soup
Alphabeat
Hockey
Daisy Dares You
I Blame Coco
The 88
Neon Hitch
Bluey Robinson
Alan Pownall
The Kush


July 3

LCD Soundsystem
2manydjs
Snoop Dogg
The Big Pink
DJ Shadow
UNKLE
Missy Elliott
Magnetic Man
Jamie Lidell
Hurts
New Young Pony Club
Darwin Deez
Phenomenal Handclap Band
Beatbullyz
The Hundred In The Hands
Kids On Bridges
Pretty Lights


July 4

Jay-Z
Lily Allen
D12
Slash
Wiley
Dan Le Sac vs Scroobius Pip
Roll Deep
Tala Riley
Chiddy Bang
McLean
Chase & Status
Friendly Fires
Mr Hudson
Chipmunk
Tinie Tempah
Drake
Professor Green
Wale
Neon Hitch
Bluey Robinson


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


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