The Black Keys and MGMT added to Bilbao BBK Live 2014 line-up

Bands join Franz Ferdinand, Poliça and Jack Johnson on Spanish festival bill

The Black Keys and MGMT added to Bilbao BBK Live 2014 line-up

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The Black Keys, White Lies and MGMT are the latest bands to be added to the Bilbao BBK Live festival next year.

The three-day festival, held in the city of Bilbao, Spain, runs from July 10 to 12, 2014. The bands will join fellow headliners Franz Ferdinand and Jack Johnson, who were added to the line-up earlier this month. Other new additions include White Lies, Imagine Dragons, John Talabot and The 1975.

Set in mount Cobetas' Kobetamendi park, Bilbao BBK Live 2014 will be the festival's eighth year. Biffy Clyro and The Vaccines were among the list of performers last year.

The list of acts confirmed for Bilbao BBK Live 2014 is as follows:

The Black Keys
Franz Ferdinand
Jack Johnson
Phoenix
MGMT
The Lumineers
White Lies
Poliça
Imagine Dragons
The 1975
John Talabot


Three-day early bird tickets are currently priced at £76 and will be available until December 17.

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