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- Posted on Feb 24th 2010 10:30AM by Matt Glazebrook
Also newly added to the bill are Birmingham's Editors, London indie-folkers Noah and the Whale (pictured) and California-based singer-songwriter Devendra Banhart. The three-day bash is set to be headlined by Jay-Z and the back-from-hiatus Strokes, who will presumably be debuting material from their long-awaited fourth album.
Other big names set to cross the Solent this summer include Blondie, Vampire Weekend, Florence and the Machine, Biffy Clyro, Friendly Fires and Doves. La Roux, Orbital and James have also been booked to play the second stage.
Tickets to weekender, which are on sale now, cost £150, including camping.