Primal Scream and Bastille added to Benicàssim 2013 line-up

Scottish band lead latest additions to Spanish festival

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Primal Scream and Bastille are among the latest additions to the line-up for Benicàssim 2013.

Bobby Gillespie and co will appear at the Spanish bash, which takes place between between July 18-21 at the Benicàssim concert venue in Castellón. They are joined by fellow new additions Bastille, John Talabot, Benny Benassi, Madeon, Little Green Cars and Ligers.

The Killers, Arctic Monkeys and Queens Of The Stone Age have already been announced as headliners. The three acts will play the main stage with Queens Of The Stone Age playing the festival for the first time ever. Azealia Banks, Jake Bugg, Dizzee Rascal, The Courteeners, Palma Violets, Echo Lake, Splashh and Swim Deep are all also set to play across the weekend.

Meanwhile, Everything Everything, Miles Kane and La Roux as well as Toddla T and Chvrches have been confirmed to perform at the festival. Early bird tickets for Benicàssim are now sold out. The next batch of 5,000 are now on sale, available at £145, and this price will remain either until March 30, 2013 or when the 5,000 tickets are sold out, when ticket prices will then increase. As well as weekend tickets, there are also VIP tickets on sale (£325) as well as the entrance to VillaCamp (£73). Both Weekend tickets and VIP tickets include eight days free camping in the Campfest camping area from 15-22 July.

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

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