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"Manic Street Preachers" to perform at "Positivus" this summer

14.05.2012

The Welsh alternative rock band "Manic Street Preachers" will return to Latvia and perform at the popular music festival "Positivus" this summer in Salacgriva, LETA was informed by "Positivus" organizer Girts Majors.

The Welsh alternative rock band "Manic Street Preachers" will return to Latvia and perform at the popular music festival "Positivus" this summer in Salacgriva, LETA was informed by "Positivus" organizer Girts Majors.

"Manic Street Preachers" will perform on the "Tele2" stage, while the Irish singer-songwriter, musician and record producer Damien Rice will be the main artist on the "Nordea" stage. The musicians will be accompanied by the local folk metal band "Skyforger", the British indie rock band "Wild Beasts" and the French duet "Housse de Racket".

As reported, the British band "Keane" will top the long list of acts set to appear at "Positivus" this summer.

"Instrumenti" is the premier local group scheduled.

Among the other name acts on the bill are "The Vaccines", "King Charles", "Niki and The Dove", "Friendly Fires", "Ewert And The Two Dragons", "SBTRKT" and "Givers".

July 20-21, music will resound from eight stages at this, the 6th "Positivus".

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