The Strokes to headline RockNess 2010 festival

Friendly Fires and 2manydjs also confirmed to play

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The Strokes are set to headline the RockNess festival in Scotland next summer, it has been announced.

Julian Casblancas and co have already announced that they will play the Isle Of Wight Festival on June 12. This means they will play on the opening night (11) of RockNess or close the event on the Sunday (13).

2manydjs have also been confirmed to play at the event, playing as an official "house band", with the details of their set-up yet to be announced. Soulwax, the live band featuring 2manydjs pair Stephen and David Dewaele, will play on the Sunday of the festival.

Friendly Fires have also been confirmed to play at RockNess.

The bash takes place near Inverness – see RockNess.co.uk for more information.

Tickets go on general sale on December 7 at 9am (GMT).

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

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