The Dead Weather to headline Poland's Open'er Festival

Jack White and co join Wild Beasts and Fatboy Slim on the 2010 bill

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The Dead Weather are set to headline Poland's Open'er Festival.

Jack White's band will top the bill on July 4, joining fellow headliners Kasabian, Pearl Jam and Massive Attack.

Fatboy Slim, Wild Beasts and Die Antwoord have also joined the bill for the event, which takes place in Gdynia between July 1 and 4.

The line-up so far is:

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Archive
Ben Harper And Relentless7
Cypress Hill
Die Antwoord
Pearl Jam
Ellie Goulding
Empire Of The Sun
Fatboy Slim
Wild Beasts
Gorillaz Sound System
Grace Jones
Groove Armada
Hot Chip
Kasabian
Kings Of Convenience
Klaxons
Mando Diao
Massive Attack
Matisyahu
Nas & Damian Marley
Pavement
Regina Spektor
Skunk Anansie
The Dead Weather
The Hives
Tinariwen
Tricky
Yeasayer


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


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