Phoenix, Foals, Vampire Weekend, Yeah Yeah Yeahs and Kraftwerk to play Longitude festival

Jake Bugg, Django Django, The Maccabees and Modest Mouse also lined up for Irish festival

Phoenix, Foals, Vampire Weekend, Yeah Yeah Yeahs and Kraftwerk to play Longitude festival

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Phoenix, Foals, Vampire Weekend, Yeah Yeah Yeahs and Kraftwerk have been lined up to play the first ever Longitude festival.

Jake Bugg, Django Django, The Maccabees and Modest Mouse are also set to appear at the Irish bash, which takes place the same weekend as Suffolk's Latitude Festival from Friday July 19 to Sunday July 21. Longitude will take place in Marlay Park in the backdrop of the Dublin mountains. It is being put on by events organiser MCD, which put on Oxegen Festival, which did not take place in 2012.

Other acts set to appear include Laura Mvula, Wolf Alice, Gold Panda, Dutch Uncles, King Krule, Japandroids, and Tribes. Tickets are onsale now priced at €149.50 for the weekend or €54.50 for a day ticket. There is no camping at the festival.

The full Longitude line-up is as follows:

Phoenix
Foals
Django Django
Jake Bugg
Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs
Jessie Ware
AlunaGeorge
Tom Odell
The Cast of Cheers
MMoths
Petite Noir
Vondelpark
Matt Corby
Dutch Uncles
Stealing Sheep
Marcus Foster
Soak
White Collar Boy
Vampire Weekend
Villagers
Paul Kalkbrenner
The Maccabees
Local Natives
Kodaline
Trentemoller
Laura Mvula
Gold Panda
Mo
Young Wonder
Blue Hawaii
Hudson Taylor
Le Galaxie
Tribes
Wolf Alice
Mikhael Paskalev
Funeral Suits
Ofei
Kraftwerk (3D Concert)
Yeah Yeah Yeahs
Hot Chip
Modest Mouse
Mark Lanegan
SBTRKT (DJ set)
Flume
Japandroids
King Krule
S O H N
Drenge
Half Moon Run
Milo Greene
London Grammar
East India Youth
Kool Thing
Leaders of Men

For more information see longitude.ie.

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