The Hives to headline Zoo Thousand

United Kingdom United Kingdom | | 02 May 2008

The Swedish garage rockers will close the festival, taking their place alongside previously announced headliners Mark Ronson and The Cribs.

Zoo Thousand And Eight takes place at Port Lympne Wild Animal Park, near Ashford in Kent, from 4-6 July.

Other acts just added to the three-day festival include Gallows, Ash, The Holloways, Minus The Bear and Flogging Molly.

Pete And The Pirates, Ida Maria, Delays and Charlotte Hatherley have also been announced to play across the festival's two main stages (full line up below).

Tickets for the brand new festival, which also includes Dizzee Rascal, Wiley, Roni Size Reprazent and British Sea Power, are on sale now priced £99, including camping. Day tickets cost £45 and there are reductions for children. Buy or browse HERE.

Organisers have unveiled the split between stages and days for the first time. The line up now looks like this...

Friday 4th July

ZOO8 Main Stage
Mark Ronson and the Version Players
Dizzee Rascal
Little Man Tate
The Rumble Strips
Dan Le Sac vs Scroobius Pip
Nick Harrison
Marner Brown

Tap ‘N’ Tin
Lethal Bizzle
F***ed Up
I Was A Cub Scout
Fighting With Wire
Slaves To Gravity
Mystery Jets (DJ set)
Mexico Fallz

Saturday 5th July

ZOO8 Main Stage
The Cribs
British Sea Power
Roni Size / Reprazent
The Rascals
Minus the Bear
Frank Turner
Underground Heroes
Jacobs Stories

Tap ‘N’ Tin
The Young Knives
The Cazals
Kid Harpoon
Chas N Dave
Mitchell Brothers
Cage The Elephant
Newham Generals
Inner City Dwellers
Sam Isaac
Unsigned Heroes Competition Winner

Sunday 6th July

ZOO8 Main Stage
The Hives
Funeral For A Friend
Flogging Molly
Does It Offend You, Yeah?
Friendly Fires
Ida Maria
In Case Of Fire

Tap ‘N’ Tin
The Holloways
Late of the Pier
Charlotte Hatherley
Pete & the Pirates
The Metroes
Johnny Foreigner
Elle S’Appelle
Sunny Day Sets Fire

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Photographer: Sasha Ong

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