Deap Vally, DIIV and Stereophonics added to Optimus Alive 2013 line-up

Depeche Mode, Kings of Leon and Green Day will headline Lisbon festival in July

Deap Vally, DIIV and Stereophonics have been added to the Optimus Alive 2013 line-up.

The festival, which takes place in Lisbon, Portugal from July 12-14, is being headlined by Depeche Mode, Kings Of Leon and Green Day. Other artists joining the bill today (June 13) include Rhye, How To Dress Well, Flume, Alex Metric, 2mandjs and Crystal Fighters.

Vampire Weekend, Jessie Ware, Disclosure and Tribes were recently confirmed for the festival too, joining a line-up that already features Jurassic 5, Jamie Lidell, AlunaGeorge, Gold Panda, Redlight, Dusky Huxley, Shadow Child, Mosca and Two Inch Punch. As many as 90 acts will play over three days at the five-stage, 55,000 capacity bash.


The line-up confirmed for Optimus Alive 2013 so far is:

Depeche Mode
Kings of Leon
Green Day
Vampire Weekend
Two Door Cinema Club
Biffy Clyro
Tame Impala
Band of Horses
Death From Above 1979
Of Monsters and Men
Crystal Castles
Icona Pop
The Bloody Beetroots
Django Django
Dead Combo
Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros
Twin Shadow
Jake Bugg
Capitao Fausto
Deap Vally
How To Dress Well
2mandjs (DJ set)
Steve Aoki

Last year’s Optimus Alive festival saw performances from The Stone Roses, The Cure, Radiohead, Florence & The Machine and Justice. This year’s event runs from July 12-14 and tickets are available now priced at around £105 including camping. For more information go to


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