Kaiser Chiefs and Hard-Fi added to Ibiza Rocks

Soulwax and Mark Ronson join line up too

Kaiser Chiefs and Hard-Fi added to Ibiza Rocks
Kaiser Chiefs and Hard-Fi have been added to the Ibiza Rocks line-up.

Joining them will be Mark Ronson, Soulwax, The Rumble Strips,The Holloways and The Streets - Mike Skinner will be DJing as The Streets Soundsystem.

The event kicks off with The View headline on June 19 with The Rumble Strips supporting. All the action will be taking place at Bar M.

The full line-up is:

The View plus The Rumble Strips (June 19)
The Holloways (26)
CSS plus special guest (July 10)
Kasabian (16, 17)
LCD Soundsystem (18)
Mark Ronson plus special guest (24)
The Enemy (31)
The Streets plus Zane Lowe (August 6)
Mika (7)
Hard Fi (8)
Radio 1 Ibiza Rocks special with Zane Lowe and guests (11)
The Streets Soundsystem plus Zane Lowe (13)
Kaiser Chiefs plus Good Shoes (28)
Arctic Monkeys with Zane Lowe (September 1)
Fratellis (4, 5)
Soulwax/Nite Versions/2 Many DJ’s


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