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- Posted on Apr 6th 2010 7:15AM by Julian Marszalek
The CBGB veterans -- whose new studio album, their first since 2003's 'The Curse Of Blondie' is expected to drop in May -- will be joined by Crystal Castles, the Maccabees, Alabama 3, legendary DJ Norman Jay and comedian Kevin Bridges.
As previously reported on Spinner, Rock Ness is set to be headlined by the Strokes, Fatboy Slim and the long-awaited return of dance behemoth Leftfield, who play their first in 10 years.
Also set to appear at the festival are former Stone Roses frontman Ian Brown, Doves, Pendulum, 2 Many DJs, Enter Shikari and Plan B.
Rock Ness also boasts an impressive roster of electro beats in the shape of chart-topper Tinie Tempah, Killa Kella and Freestylers.
The festival is now expanded to three days for the second year in a row. Weekend tickets, priced £149 ($225), are on sale now at the Rock Ness website.