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System Of A Down, THE STROKES, Jimmy Eat World and MOBY have been confirmed as headliners of LA radio station KROQ’s tenth annual WEENIE ROAST.

The summer event takes place on June 15 at the Irvine California’s Verizon Ampitheatre, the same venue the festival got its start a decade ago.

Also lined up for the bill are Incubus, [/a], POD, Papa Roach, Rob Zombie, Bad Religion and New Found Glory. Elsewhere on the Bud Light Stage, NME favorites [a], Hoobastank, Unwritten Law and Jack Johnson are scheduled to play.

Proceeds from the event will benefit a host of local charities including AIDS Walk Orange County, Surfrider and Heal the Bay.

The KROQ Weenie Roast has become a legend among US Radio Station festivals featuring Blur and Oasis on the same bill at the height of their feud. Other past performers have included Korn, Limp Bizkit and Suede.

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