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A Killer V

09:44 AM Thursday 3/1/07 | |

The lineup for the 2007 outing of the V Festival has been announced, with The Killers, Foo Fighters and Pink among the headliners.

The two day music fest takes place August 18 and 19 at Hylands Park in Chelmsford and Weston Park in Staffordshire. Tickets for the event go on sale March 1st, with a limit of 4 per person.

Mika, Kasabian, Snow Patrol, The Fratellis, KT Tunstall, Paolo Nutini, Lily Allen, Basement Jaxx, The Fray, Corinne Bailey Ray, Primal Scream, Goo Goo Dolls, Editors, Damien Rice and Happy Mondays are among the names scheduled to appear on the festival's three stages.

Last year's V Festival, which featured headliners Radiohead, Morrissey and Beck, was the most successful in the event's 11 year history, with tickets selling out in just 3 hours and 158,000 people attending each day.

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