Coachella 2008 line-up unveiled

Portishead and Pink Floyd man join The Verve at California festival

Coachella 2008 line-up unveiled
Portishead, MIA, The Breeders, Spiritualized, Kraftwerk, Justice and Pink Floyd's Roger Waters will perform at this year's year's Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, it was announced today (January 21).

They'll join The Verve, The Raconteurs, Rilo Kiley and My Morning Jacket at the ninth annual festival, set to take place April 25-27 at the Empire Polo Field in Indio, California, as previously reported.

Also on the bill are Hot Chip, The Streets, Jack Johnson, Cold War Kids, Enter Shikari Metric, Death Cab For Cutie, Reverend And The Makers, Love & Rockets, The Bees, Jamie T, Vampire Weekend and Simian Mobile Disco, among others.

Waters will recreate Pink Floyd's legendary 1973 album 'Dark Side Of The Moon' on the festival’s Main Stage on Sunday (April 27).

Tickets for the event go on sale Friday (January 25) at 10:00 am PST via Ticketmaster.

The complete lineup is:

Friday (April 25)
Jack Johnson
The Verve
The Raconteurs
The Breeders
Fatboy Slim
Tegan and Sara
The Swell Season
The National
Animal Collective
Slightly Stoopid
Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings
Aesop Rock
Midnight Juggernauts
Does It Offend You, Yeah?
Minus the Bear
Spank Rock
Dan Le Sac Vs. Scoobius Pip
Adam Freeland
Santo Gold
Jens Lekman
John butler Trio
Vampire Weekend
Dan Deacon
Architecture in Helsinki
Sandra Collins
Busy P
Cut Copy
Black Lips
Professor Murder
Reverend and the Makers
The Bees
Rogue Wave
American Bang
Lucky I Am

Saturday (April 26)
Death Cab for Cutie
Cafe Tacuba
Sasha & Digweed
Rilo Kiley
Dwight Yoakam
Hot Chip
Cold War Kids
Stephen Malkmus & the Jicks
Flogging Molly
Mark Ronson
Scars on Broadway
Enter Shikari
Calvin Harris
Boyz Noise
Junkie XL
Cinematic Orchestra
Jamie T
The Teenagers
VHS or Beta
Erol Alkan
Yo Majesty!
Little Brother
Bonde Do Role
St. Vincent
Akron Family
Institubes DJs
Surkin, Para One and Orgasmic
James Wabiela
The Bird and the Bee
Grand Ole Party
New Young Pony Club
120 Days
Electric Touch

Sunday (April 27)
Roger Waters 'Dark Side Of The Moon'
Love and Rockets
My Morning Jacket
Gogol Bordello
The Streets
Danny Tenaglia
Simian Mobile Disco
Booka Shade
Dmitri From Paris
The Field
Linton Kwesi Johnson
Les Savy Fav
The Cool Kids
Sons & Daughters
Holy F---
Black Kids
Black Mountain
The Annuals
Kid Sister with A-Trak
Man Man
I'm From Barcelona
Manchester Orchestra
The Horrors
Austin TV
Shout Out Louds
Brett Dennen

--By our Los Angeles staff.
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