The festival has seen the Stooges and Pixies reunited on stage in recent years, and will continue its trend for rebuilding bridges in 2005. Bauhaus will also get it together for the event.
Full line-up is below:
Saturday 30 Apr
Coldplay, Cocteau Twins, Weezer, The Chemical Brothers, Wilco, Cafe Tacuba, Keane, Rilo Kiley, Doves, Armin Van Buuren, The Raveonettes, Bloc Party, Hernan Cattaneo, DJ Peretz, Zap Mama, Amp Fiddler, M83, Ambulance LTD, Fantomas, Four Tet, MF Doom, Josh Wink, The Secret Machines, Tiga, Spoon, The Kills, Sage Francis, Boom Bip, Katie Melua, Shout Out Louds, Donavon, Frankenreiter, DJ Marky, Immortal Technique, Jean Grae, Razorlight, Swayzak, k-os, Buck 65, Eisley, Sexy Magazines
Sunday 1 May
Nine Inch Nails, New Order, Gang of Four, Bright Eyes, Prodigy, Black Star, The Faint, Snow Patrol, The Arcade Fire, Roni Size, Roots Manuva, DJ Krush, Junkie XL, MIA, British Sea Power, The Dresden Dolls, Miss Kitten, The Fiery Furnaces, The Perceptionists, Jem, Matthew Dear, Sixtoo, Tegan and Sara, Diplo, Subtle, Aesop Rock, Stereophonics, Matmos, Beans, The Bravery, The Futureheads, Wolf Eyes, The Blood Brothers, Kasabian, Radio 4, Sloan, Autolux, Gram Rabbit, Zion I
DiScuss: Can somebody please buy me a ticket already?