Franz Ferdinand, Tinie Tempah and Bastille added to Ibiza and Mallorca Rocks line-up

They join Foals, Jake Bugg, Example and Ellie Goulding at the island events

Franz Ferdinand, Tinie Tempah and Bastille added to Ibiza and Mallorca Rocks line-up

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Franz Ferdinand, Bastille, Tinie Tempah and Chase & Status are among the latest named added to the line-up for this year's Ibiza Rocks and Mallorca Rocks.

They are among seven new additions to the line up with The Other Tribe also announced today (March 21). They join previously announced names such as Foals, Example and Ellie Goulding and Jake Bugg, who will perform live at the opening of both Ibiza Rocks and Mallorca Rocks next summer. Foals and Example will also perform across the summer.

Speaking about their appearance at the event, Alex Kapranos of Franz Ferdinand says: "This is the first time we've been to Ibiza Rocks, so are looking forward to it. Paul's been and told us all about it, so we're expecting a great crowd there and Mallorca."

Meanwhile, Dan Smith of Bastille adds: "We’re really looking forward to getting out to Ibiza and Mallorca for the first time. Being able to play a gig and then go to the beach will be a massive novelty, and it’ll be nice to see a bit of proper summer and try to head to some of the massive clubs as well."

Mallorca Rocks is set to run from June 4 to September 18, while Ibiza Rocks will start on June 5 until September 19. Tickets and hotel packages available now at www.ibizarocks.com and www.mallorcarocks.com.

Mallorca Rocks dates:

Jake Bugg (June 4)
Rizzle Kicks (11)
The Vaccines/Palma Violets (18)
Bastille/The Other Tribe (25)
Tinie Tempah (July 9)
Chase & Status (30)
Example/Redlight (August 13)
Ellie Goulding (20)
Dizzee Rascal (27)
Franz Ferdinand (September 10)
Closing Party w/ Special Guests (17)


Ibiza Rocks dates:

Jake Bugg (June 5)
Rizzle Kicks (12)
The Vaccines/Palma Violets (19)
Bastille/The Other Tribe (26)
Tinie Tempah (July 10)
Chase & Status (31)
Example/Redlight (August 14)
Ellie Goulding (21)
Dizzee Rascal (28)
Franz Ferdinand (September 11)
Closing Party w/ Foals and Jagwar Ma (September 18)

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