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Duo will play Jersey Live in September

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The Ting Tings have announced their only UK festival show of the summer will take place at Jersey Live Festival in September.

The duo, who are set to release their second album in August, will play underneath the festival's headliner Plan B on the event's final day (September 4), the same day as The Rapture also play their only UK festival show of 2011.

Jersey Live Festival takes place on September 3–4 at the Royal Jersey Showgrounds on the Channel Island and is also set to be headlined by Madness, with Katy B, The Streets, Cage The Elephant, Santigold, Jamie Woon and Nero also booked to appear across the weekend.



See Jerseylive.org.uk for more information on the festival.

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

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