Schedule unveiled for Siren Festival at Coney Island

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Schedule unveiled for Siren Festival at Coney Island
The schedule has been unveiled for the 2008 Siren Festival at Coney Island, taking place Saturday July 19.

Stephen Malkmus & The Jicks will headline the Main Stage while Canadians Broken Social Scene will take the top slot on the Stillwell Stage a short distance away along the Coney Island Boardwalk.

As previously reported, Ted Leo was recently announced to DJ between bands at the festival, while New York ear-bleeders A Place To Bury Strangers have been lined up to perform at the official after party taking place at the Music Hall Of Williamsburg.

The schedule is as follows:

Main Stage:

7.30pm Stephen Malkmus & The Jicks
6.00pm Islands
5.00pm Ra Ra Riot
4.00pm Times New Viking
3.00pm The Dodos
2.00pm Parts & Labor
1.00pm Dragons Of Zynth

Stillwell Stage:

8.00pm Broken Social Scene
6.30pm The Helio Sequence
5.30pm Beach House
4.30pm Jaguar Love
3.30pm Annuals
2.30pm Film School
1.30pm These Are Powers

--By our New York staff.
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