Dizzee Rascal, Miles Kane, Public Image Ltd to support The Stone Roses at London gigs

Rudimental and The Courteeners also join Johnny Marr on bill for Finsbury Park shows, according to leaked list

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The Stone Roses have announced the full list of support acts for their two London gigs this June, with Dizzee Rascal, Miles Kane and Public Image Ltd. added to the bill, according to information leaked online.

Gigslutz also reports that Rudimental and The Courteeners are the other two names to be added to the line-up, joining the previously announced Johnny Marr in supporting the Madchester legends when they play at Finsbury Park on June 7 and June 8.

The full line-up and stage times as reported are as follows:

Friday June 7

17:15 - Rudimental
18:15 - The Courteeners
19:20 - Dizzee Rascal
20:40 - The Stone Roses

Saturday June 8

17:15 - Miles Kane
18:15 - Johnny Marr
19:20 - Public Image Ltd
20:40 - The Stone Roses

The Stone Roses will follow-up their London shows with a gig at Glasgow Green on June 15, with support set to come from Primal Scream, Jake Bugg and The View. Meanwhile, The Stone Roses documentary Made Of Stone is to open nationwide on June 5, shortly before the Finsbury Park gigs.

The film was made by This Is England director Shane Meadows and goes behind the scenes on the Manchester band's 2012 reunion, from the early stages to their celebratory hometown gigs at Heaton Park. A premiere on May 30 will be attended by the band and will be satellite-linked to 100 cinemas as part of nationwide preview screenings running concurrently with the premiere launch.

The band's only London appearance since reuniting was a secret gig at the low-capacity Village Underground venue. Glasgow Green was the scene of one of The Stone Roses' best-regarded live appearances, taking place on June 9, 1990. "When we were on stage that day, we all looked at each other, and then just went up another level," bassist Mani has said.

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