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12th Mar 2013 5:36pm | By Dan Thorne
Bilbao BBK have added a further 16 acts to the line-up of the Spanish festival, headlined by Green Day, Kings of Leon, Fatboy Slim and Depeche Mode.
Fresh additions to the bill include ex-Screaming Trees rock growlers Mark Lanegan Band, Brit nu-ravers Klaxons, Canadian punk-rockers Billy Talent, Belgian electronic duo Soulwax; Twin Shadow, Spector, Little Boots, Benjamin Biolay with special guest Carl Barat, Charles Bradley & His Extraordinaires, Gary Clark Jr, The Weeks, Arcane Roots, Hacktivist, The Bots, Birdy Nam Nam and local hero Fermin Muguruza.
Mark Lanegan Band join the lineup for 2013's Bilbao BBK festival
Last year's festival in the Spanish sunshine saw record attendance numbers and sets from Radiohead and The Cure. This year punk rockers Green Day, notorious for their raucous spectacular and lengthy sets with crowd participation will headline alongside Kings of Leon.
Kings of Leon, inducted into Nashville's Music City Walk Of Fame (Getty images)
The most successful band in electronic music history, Depeche Mode, will return for their second appearance at Bilbao BBK.
TNT is a proud media partner of Bilbao BBK which is held at the same time as San Fermin, the Running of the Bulls in nearby Pamplona.
Bilbao BBK Live is a three-day event that takes place on top of a hill surrounded by mountains offering spectacular views over the city of Bilbao. The privileged location of the site, its proximity to the city and beach and a late start of bands, allow festivalgoers to make the most of this event and unique setting.
Bilbao is a modern city famous for its architecture, museums and gastronomy, and it’s just a stone’s throw away from some of the best waves in Europe.
Bilbao BBK Live is above all a fuss free festival; with an uncomplicated layout, easy access from the city and airport it has proven to be a huge success with national and international festival goers.
A three Day ticket incl. camping (until it reaches full capacity) – £85 plus booking fee; Day Tickets £42.50 plus booking fee, all available on See Tickets and Ticketweb.
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