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Doves join V Festival line up
Electric guitar band Doves have been added to the V Festival 2010 line up.
The indie act will also be joined at the two-day event by Calvin Harris, organisers have announced.
Earlier this week, the main headliners were announced for the annual event, which takes place over two sites in Essex and Staffordshire.
As well as Doves and Harris, music lovers who attend the festival will be able to take in performances from Kings of Leon and Kasabian.
Other performers set to be in attendance at this year's V Festival are acoustic guitar player Paolo Nutini, ska legends Madness and dance act The Prodigy.
The event is set to take place on August 21st and 22nd this year, with tickets to go on sale tomorrow (March 5th 2010).
Doves are also set to play a show at the Eden Project in Cornwall later this summer.
The Mancunian band will play the venue on July 2nd, with support coming from Mumford & Sons.Posted on 4 Mar 2010 20:30 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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