Vampire Weekend and Spandau Ballet to play Isle Of Wight Festival

Line up for June event grows again

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Vampire Weekend and Spandau Ballet have joined the line-up for the Isle Of Wight Festival.

The New Yorkers will play the Saturday while the Brits will take the stage on the Sunday of the the event, which takes place between June 11 and 13 and is being headlined by The Strokes and Jay-Z, with a third act to be announced.

The full line-up so far is:

Blondie
Daisy Dares You
Doves
Friendly Fires
James
Jay-Z
Ocean Colour Scene
Orbital
Paloma Faith
Pink
Shakespears Sister
Spandau Ballet
Squeeze
The Saturdays
The Strokes
Vampire Weekend


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