Plan B, The Maccabees, Azealia Banks added to Ibiza and Majorca Rocks 2012 - ticket details

Ben Howard, Spector and Theme Park also join the line-up for the summer shows

Plan B, The Maccabees, Azealia Banks added to Ibiza and Majorca Rocks 2012 - ticket details

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Plan B, The Maccabees and Azealia Banks are among the new additions to the line-up for this year's Ibiza Rocks and Majorca Rocks.

Plan B, who releases his new album 'Ill Manors' this summer, will headline Majorca Rocks on July 3 and Ibiza Rocks on July 25.

The Maccabees will only appear at Ibiza Rocks, playing on June 20 with support from Theme Park

Azealia Banks will support Example on August 28 and 29, while Spector will open up for the Kaiser Chiefs on June 26 and 27. Also joining the bill are Axwell, The Milk, Fenech-Soler, Theme Park and Bestival organiser Rob da Bank.

The new additions join a line-up for the summer shows that already includes Kasabian, New Order, Bloc Party, Two Door Cinema Club, Kaiser Chiefs, Ed Sheeran, Tinie Tempah, Professor Green, Chase and Status, and Example.

The 16-week-long event begins on June 5 - 6 with a set from Ed Sheeran and will close on September 18-19 with Two Door Cinema Club. Further acts will be confirmed in the coming weeks.

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

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

The line up for Mallorca Rocks so far is as follows:

Ed Sheeran, The Milk (June 5)
Maverick Sabre, Labrinth (12)
Kaiser Chiefs, Spector, Zane Lowe (26)
Plan B (July 3)
Kasabian (10)
Professor Green, DJ Fresh (17)
Axwell, Fenech – Soler (24)
Chase & Status (31)
Paolo Nutini (August 7)
Tinie Tempah (14)
Example, Azealia Banks (28)
Bloc Party, Zane Lowe (September 4)
New Order (11)
Two Door Cinema Club (18)


The line up for Ibiza Rocks so far is as follows:

Ed Sheeran, The Milk (June 6)
Maverick Sabre, Labrinth (13)
The Maccabees, Theme Park (20)
Kaiser Chiefs, Spector (27)
Ben Howard, Rob da Bank (July 4)
Kasabian (11)
Professor Green, DJ Fresh (18)
Plan B, Zane Lowe (25)
Chase & Status (August 1)
Paolo Nutini (8)
Tinie Tempah (15)
Example, Azealia Banks (29)
Bloc Party, Zane Lowe (September 5)
New Order (12)
Two Door Cinema Club (19)

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