This years V Festival will see Kasabian and the Kings of Leon headline, with Cheryl Cole set to make her festival debut as a solo performer.
Kasabian have revealed they are to headline this year's V Festival.
The rockers - who have played before at the annual two-day festival which is held in Essex and South Staffordshire over the last weekend of August - admit it is "an honour" to top the bill.
Guitarist Serge Pizzorno said: "It's a real milestone. We've been doing this for two years now and it's nice to get to the point where you're headlining a major festival. It's an honour. Those two nights are going to be the shows of the year I think. It's been difficult to keep it under wraps. I'm glad the cat is out the bag."
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Former Britpop group Shed Seven have announced they are finally splitting up after one final "retrospective" tour.
The group's fortunes have waned since they were dropped from POLYDOR RECORDS following their 1998 album LET IT RIDE, after scoring several hits in the mid-nineties Britpop boom.
Frontman RICK WITTER blamed the music industry for the demise of the group, who formed in 1991.
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