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Ting Tings for Isle Of Wight fest
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The Ting Tings are expected to air new material at this year's festivals

The Ting Tings and The Prodigy are amongst the first acts confirmed for this year's Isle Of Wight festival.

The event, which takes place between 12-14 June at Seaclose Park, Newport, Isle Of Wight, is one of the first major festivals of the summer.

Basement Jaxx and Pendulum will also take to the stage during the weekend, 50,000 fans are expected.

Last year's festival was headlined by Sex Pistols, The Police and Kaiser Chiefs.

Confirmed artists

The Prodigy will headline the main stage Friday night [12 June] They're set to release their new album Invaders Must Die on 23 February.

The Ting Tings, currently working on the follow-up to their 2008 debut We Started Nothing, are expected to play new material.

The festival secured legendary status in the late 1960s - famously hosting Jimi Hendrix's penultimate performance.



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