Arcade Fire - Arcade Fire, Kings & Kanye To Headline Coachella

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ARCADE FIRE, KINGS OF LEON and KANYE WEST have been named as the headliners at this year's (11) Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival.
The three-day event will take place in Indio, California from 15 to 17 April (11) and feature the Strokes, the National, Tinie Tempah, Brandon Flowers, Interpol, Klaxons, Erykah Badu and Mumford & Sons with blasts from the past Suede, Duran Duran, Wire and Big Audio Dynamite.
Reclusive R&B superstar Lauryn Hill is also billed to perform, as are cult acts Elbow, Marina & The Diamonds, Bright Eyes and The Black Keys.
Enhancing the festival experience for music fans at California's biggest music event, organisers are adding a roller skating rink and a free shuttle service to a local grocery store.
Three-day passes to Coachella cost $269 (£179.33). Tickets go on sale on Friday (21Jan11).


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Tags: Arcade Fire - Kings Of Leon - Kanye West

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