OutKast and Manic Street Preachers announced for Sziget festival

The 1975 are also added to the bill at this year's Budapest bash

OutKast and Manic Street Preachers announced for Sziget festival

Photo: Getty

Outkast, Manic Street Preachers and The 1975 have been added to the line-up at this year's Sziget festival.

They join previously announced acts Queens Of The Stone Age, The Prodigy, Imagine Dragons, Bastille, Skrillex, Placebo, Lily Allen and The Kooks at the event in Budapest in Hungary from August 11-18.

Sziget started in 1993 and now sees 1,000 acts take place across 60 stages across seven days on Obudai Island on the River Danube. Last year saw Blur and David Guetta headline the festival alongside Biffy Clyro, Dizzy Rascal, Azealia Banks, Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs and Katy B.

For more information head to Szigetfestival.com now.

Meanwhile, OutKast played their first Stateside set since 2002 last Friday (April 11) on the opening day of this year’s Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival. See below to watch the full set now.

Andre 3000 and Big Boi's show drew a massive crowd to the Main Stage of the festival, but also mixed reactions, as they played a set relatively low on production values and featuring a host of strange props, including a taxidermy polar bear, a small table and chairs, an Atlanta street sign and a bicycle.

Read More On This Artist

Outkast Merchandise
More News
Killer Mike rails against Ferguson verdict in emotive pre-gig speech - watch
Pulled Apart By Horses share cover of Slade's 'Merry Christmas Everyone' - listen
Seasick Steve announces new album 'Sonic Soul Surfer' and UK tour
Metallica to headline Reading & Leeds 2015, Jamie T and Run The Jewels also on the bill
Kurt Cobain documentary executive produced by Frances Bean set for 2015
Paramore's Hayley Williams duets with former Civil Wars singer Joy Williams - watch
Retailers and independent labels call for weekly worldwide album release day to be Monday
The Libertines decline to comment on Glastonbury rumours
Hop Farm promoter Vince Power wins High Court case against PRS following live music ban
Prince deletes his social media accounts and removes videos from YouTube
Justin Bieber named highest-earning entertainer under 30 by Forbes
Caribou and Patti Smith added to Field Day 2015 line-up
O2 Priority tickets for System Of A Down, Of Mice And Men and more available tomorrow
Iggy Pop: 'I twerk around the house with my wife'
All We Are preview debut album material at Jack Rocks The Macbeth
Guitar signed by Noel Gallagher to be auctioned at London's Independent Label Market
The Courteeners announce Heaton Park show for June 2015
Music world reacts to Ferguson grand jury verdict and subsequent violence
Jack White covers Dean Fertita's 'Parallel' – listen
Will Butler of Arcade Fire debuts first solo track 'Take My Side' – listen
Eminem reveals 'Rocky' style video for new song 'Guts Over Fear' – watch
Wet Nuns announce the death of drummer Alexis Gotts

More News

Comments

Please login to add your comment.

Latest Tickets - Booking Now
 
Know Your NME
 

 
NME Store & Framed Prints
Inside NME.COM