March 5, 2010 14:22

Pendulum join Rockness festival line-up

June event grows with new headliner

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Pendulum have been announced as the Friday night headliners for this year's Rockness festival.

The band join The Strokes, Leftfield and Fatboy Slim, who are all performing at the June 11-13 event.

The line-up for the festival so far is:

2 Many DJs
Annie Mac
Boys Noize
Chase & Status
Club 75
Dan Le Sac Vs Scroobius Pip
Dave Clarke
Enter Shikari
Fatboy Slim
Friendly Fires
Ian Brown
Japanese Popstars
Plan B
Rob Da Bank
The Bloody Beetroots
The Cuban Brothers
The Dub Pistols
The Strokes
Vampire Weekend
Zane Lowe

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

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