March 20, 2014 9:09

The Prodigy to headline Bilbao BBK 2014

Parquet Courts and Skaters also join line-up for Spanish festival this July

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The Prodigy are the latest act confirmed to headline the Bilbao BBK Live festival this year.

The three-day festival, held in the city of Bilbao, Spain, runs from July 10-12. The Prodigy join previously confirmed headliners Franz Ferdinand and The Black Keys as well as Jack Johnson, White Lies and MGMT.

Other new additions to the festival include Parquet Courts, Skaters, Dawes and Eskean Kristö.

John Newman, Conor Oberst, Future Of The Left, Kuroma, Allen Stone, Bleachers and Vetusta Morla will also appear at Bilbao BBK 2014. However, Polica pulled out of the event having been scheduled to perform. The US band cite "unforseen circumstances" for their departure.

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 Prodigy
The Black Keys
Franz Ferdinand
Jack Johnson
Phoenix
MGMT
The Lumineers
White Lies
Imagine Dragons
The 1975
Frank Turner
Foster The People
Conor Oberst
Future Of The Left
John Talabot
Parquet Courts
Skater
Dawes
Eskean Kristö

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