The reformed rockers play another night at Meltdown...

New York Dolls are to play a second concert as part of this year’s MELTDOWN festival, curated by Morrissey.

In addition to their previously announced concert on June 18, the legendary punks will now also play on June 16 at London’s Royal Festival Hall.

Tickets for this concert are to go on sale on Tuesday (May 18) at 10am.

As previously reported on NME.COM, Libertines’ drummer Gary Powell will be filling New York Dolls‘ drumstool for the gigs.

Also added to the festival are Gene, who will give an acoustic performance on June 25 to celebrate their tenth anniversary at the Queen Elizabeth Hall.

This year’s Meltdown festival will also feature performances from Libertines and The Ordinary Boys.

As well as curating this year’s event – which runs from June 11-27 at London’s South Bank Centre – Morrissey will also play three concerts himself – opening the festival (June 11) and performing again on June 25-26.

This year’s full Meltdown line-up is:

Morrissey (Royal Festival Hall, June 11)

Sparks (Royal Festival Hall, 12)

‘We Are All In The Gutter. An Evening With Mr Wilde’ Devised and directed by Neil Bartlett (Queen Elizabeth Hall, 13)

Loudon Wainwright III (Queen Elizabeth Hall, 15)

The New York Dolls (Royal Festival Hall, 16)

The Films Of Bob Gruen (Queen Elizabeth Hall, 16)

An Audience With Alan Bennett (Queen Elizabeth Hall, 17)

Ennio Marchetto (Purcell Room, 17)

The New York Dolls (Royal Festival Hall, 18)

Ennio Marchetto (Purcell Room, 18)

Jane Birkin / Ari Up (Royal Festival Hall, 19)

Ennio Marchetto (Purcell Room, 19)

Nancy Sinatra (Royal Festival Hall, 20)

Lypsinka! The Boxed Set (Queen Elizabeth Hall, 23-24)

Morrissey (Royal Festival Hall, 25-26)

Gene (Queen Elizabeth Hall, 25)

Gorecki’s Symphony No. 3 (Symphony Of Sorrowful Songs) featuring Yvonne Kenny (Royal Festival Hall, 27)

For tickets contact the Meltdown festival on 08703 808 300 or click [url=]here.