Bestival 2011 line-up

All the bands confirmed for Rob Da Bank's festival

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The Isle Of White festical curated by Rob Da Bank takes place from 8-11 September, 2011. To check ticket availability, head to NME.COM/tickets.

The bands confirmed for the festival are as follows:

Saturday 10th September:
The Cure
Diplo
Brian Wilson
Primal Scream performing 'Screamadelica' live

Also appearing across the weekend:
Magnetic Man
Robyn
Crystal Castles
DJ Shadow
Katy B
LFO
Omar Souleyman
Boys Noize
A-Trak
Grandmaster Flash
Norman Jay
David Rodigan
65daysofstatic (Live Film Score)
Cranes
2 Bears
Carte Blanche
Pantha Du Prince
Ukulele Orchestra Of Great Britain

See www.bestival.net for more details

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