Orbital, Tindersticks and The Magic Numbers added to SOS 4.8 festival

Spanish festival already features Franz Ferdinand, The Horrors and Madness

Orbital, Tindersticks and The Magic Numbers added to SOS 4.8 festival
Orbital, Tindersticks and The Magic Numbers have been added to the line up of Spain's SOS 4.8 festival.

The April 30 – May 1 festival takes place in Murcia city in south east Spain, roughly 40 minutes from La Manga.

Other acts on the bill include Franz Ferdinand, The Horrors, Fatboy Slim and Madness.

See Sos48.com for more information.

The line-up, so far, for SOS 4.8 festival is:

Franz Ferdinand
The Horrors
Orbital
Fatboy Slim
Uffie
Tindersticks
The Magic Numbers
Madness
Nada Surf
Los Planetas
Delorean
Alondra Bentley
Dorian
La Bien Querida
Love of Lesbian
We are Standard
Joe Crepusculo
Amable
Annie B Sweet
Lidia Damunt

To check the availability of SOS 4.8 tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

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