March 16, 2007 15:53

LCD Soundsystem join O2 Wireless line-up

The band join the Daft Punk day

LCD Soundsystem join O2 Wireless line-up
LCD Soundsystem have been added to the bill for the O2 Wireless Festival, it has been announced.

The New York-based dance masters will perform on June 16 at Harewood House, Leeds and on June 17 at Hyde Park, London.

The band will be sharing the stage on these dates with fellow performers Daft Punk and CSS.

Other performers at the festival include The White Stripes and Queens Of The Stone Age, playing in London June 14 and in Leeds on June 15, as well as Faithless and Badly Drawn Boy, playing on in London June 15.

Kaiser Chiefs, Editors and The Rakes are also included in the line-up, and will play Leeds on June 16 and London on June 17.

The line-up so far over the two legs is as follows:

London Hyde Park

The White Stripes, Queens Of The Stone Age (June 14)
Faithless, Badly Drawn Boy, Just Jack (15)
Daft Punk, CSS, LCD Soundsystem (16)
Kaiser Chiefs, Editors, The Cribs, The Twang (17)


Leeds Harewood House

The White Stripes, Queens Of The Stone Age (June 15)
Kaiser Chiefs, Editors, The Cribs, The Twang (16)
Daft Punk, CSS (17)


To check ticket availability after Friday and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/GIGS now.

More acts are expected to be announced soon.

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