Soulwax and 2manydjs to play Bestival

A live show and DJ set from the Belgian duo is on the cards

Soulwax and 2manydjs to play Bestival
Soulwax are set to play a live set plus a DJ set as their alter egos 2manydjs at Bestival.

The duo, David and Stephen Dewaele, will join the likes of Klaxons, MGMT, Kraftwerk and Bat For Lashes, who had already been announced as set to play.

The event takes place on the Isle Of Wight on September 11-13.

The Bestival line-up so far is:

Kraftwerk
MGMT
Klaxons
Fleet Foxes
Massive Attack
Seasick Steve
Bat For Lashes
Soulwax
Michael Nyman
The Beat
Squarepusher
Future Sound Of London
Little Boots
Friendly Fires
Florence And The Machine
Bjorn Again
Fujiya & Miyagi
Metronomy
Dub Pistols
James Yuill
Free Peace
VV Brown
Chase & Status
Golden Silvers
Goldie Lookin Chain
Kitty, Daisy & Lewis
The Cuban Brothers
Dan Le Sac Vs Scroobius Pip
Ebony Bones
Altern8
Passion Pit
65 Days of Static


DJ/MC acts announced so far are:

Diplo Presents Mad Decent Soundsystem
Fabio & Grooverider
London Elektricity
Rob Da Bank
Zane Lowe
Annie Mac Presents
Huw Stephens
Derrick Carter
DJ Yoda
Fake Blood
Gilles Peterson
Friction
Tayo
Johnno (Bugged Out)
2manydjs
Skream
DJ Derek
Monsters At Work DJ's Present The Psychedelic Sounds of Monsterism Island Beardyman
Coley (Luv Jam)


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

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