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Organisers also confirm that LMFAO will play the event after all

The Charlatans replace Dappy at this weekend's V Festival

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The Charlatans have replaced former N-Dubz man Dappy on the bill for this weekend's V Festival.

The rapper was due to perform at this weekend's event on the 4Music Stage, but has now cancelled for unspecified reasons, with the indie veterans stepping in instead.

Organisers have also confirmed that LMFAO will still perform at the event, despite it previously being thought that they had cancelled due to illness.

The festival takes place at Hylands Park, Essex and Weston Park, Staffordshire over the weekend of August 18-19. The Stone Roses and The Killers are confirmed to headline with support from Snow Patrol and Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds.

See Vfestival.com for more information.

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

The line-up for V Festival so far is as follows:

The Stone Roses
The Killers
Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds
Nicki Minaj
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Noah & The Whale
Friendly Fires
Happy Mondays
Reverend And The Makers
The Rifles
Emeli Sande
Professor Green
The Ting Tings
Miles Kane
Frank Turner
Tinie Tempah
David Guetta
Tom Jones
Ed Sheeran
LMFAO
Nero
Wiley
Keane
Madness
James Morrison
Olly Murs
Rita Ora
Newton Faulkner
Wretch 32
Gossip
Beverley Knight
Childish Gambino
Sub Focus
The Feeling
Stooshe
Cover Drive
The Rifles
Angel
Ben Howard
Rizzle Kicks
Labrinth
Maverick Sabre
Rodrigo Y Gabriela
Tulisa
Shed Seven
The Human League
The Proclaimers
The Stranglers
DJ Fresh
The Twang
Jack Beats
Dodgy
Lawson
Pixie Lott
The Charlatans
Delilah
Ren Harvieu
Dot Rotten
Marlon Roudette
Aiden Grimshaw
Gabrielle Aplin
Random Impulse
Juan Zelada
Australian Pink Floyd
The Milk
All The Young
Bo Bruce
Minus The Bear
Gentleman's Dub Club
Josh Osho
Mull Historical Society
Selah Sue
Lonsdale Boys Club
Nneka
Josh Kumra

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