NME Award Winning Rockness Announces Line Up

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NME Award Winning Rockness Announces Line Up

This years NME Award winning Rockness Festival has released is line up so far with headline acts Kasabian, chemical Brothers and Paolo Nutini

After just being crowned Best Small Festival at this years NME Awards, Rockness Festival has released it massive line up so far. With headline acts Kasabian, Chemical Brothers and Paolo Nutini taking to the main stage at this years massive event.

Joining the mighty Kasabian, who headline the Main Stage on the Friday is Northern Ireland’s music-mad trio and band of the moment who garnered critical acclaim across media and fans alike in 2010, Two Door Cinema Club.  With a plethora of sparkling tunes their set is guaranteed to have one and all singing and dancing.

Saturday main Stage headliners The Chemical Brothers will be joined by one of the country’s biggest cult indie bands The Cribs. With stinging guitars, jabbing hooks and catch-laden anthems, fans should prepare for an electrifying performance. 

Other acts confirmed are Mark Ronson, Example, Glasvegas, The Wombats, DJ Yoda and many more. Confirmed line up so far here

Rockness is set in the historic and beautiful surroundings on the banks of Loch Ness in Scotland. 

For Rockness Festival Info click here

Published on 25 February 2011 by Wayne Feltham

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