The Strokes and Arctic Monkeys confirm 2011 festival shows

Primal Scream to join bands at Benicassim

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The Strokes, Arctic Monkeys and Primal Scream have been confirmed to headline next year's Benicassim International Festival in Spain.

The bands are the first acts to appear on the bill for the event, which will be held from July 14-17 next summer. A fourth headliner is yet to be confirmed. See Fiberfib.com for more information.

Kasabian, Vampire Weekend, The Prodigy and Gorillaz performed at this year's event.

Tickets for the festival are on sale now. To check the availability of Benicassim tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

The Strokes recently finished recording their fourth album.

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