Paul Weller added to Isle Of Wight festival line-up

The Modfather will take to the main stage directly before The Stone Roses' headline set

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Paul Weller has been confirmed to perform at Isle Of Wight Festival this year, appearing directly before The Stone Roses on the main stage.

The festival will also be headlined by Bon Jovi and The Killers in 2013. Speaking about his appearance on the Friday night, Paul Weller says: "It's been a while since I've played the Isle of Wight Festival and I'm excited to be playing it this year, it's a great way to kick off the summer."

Other acts already announced for the festival, which will take place at Seaclose Park between June 13-16 include The Maccabees, Jake Bugg, Bloc Party, Paloma Faith, Ellie Goulding, Blondie, I Am Kloot, Kodaline and Willy Mason.

Speaking about the latest additions to next year's line up, festival organiser John Giddings previously said: "We are proud to present some of the best new music around, together with artists who helped scope the face of modern music- it’s a stunning combination so far."

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