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Monday, July 12, 2010

LCD Soundsystem, Belle & Sebastian, The National, Broken Social Scene Top Treasure Island Lineup

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click to enlarge Jack White with the Raconteurs at Treasure Island 2008 - CHRISTOPHER VICTORIO
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  • Jack White with the Raconteurs at Treasure Island 2008
​The lineup for the 2010 Treasure Island Music Festival was unveiled earlier today, and it's every bit as drool-worthy as we had hoped. First: the rumors were right, and Belle & Sebastian is headlining the second day's show (Oct. 17). Second: Everyone who missed LCD Soundsystem's hella sold-out show at the Fillmore in May (read: us) now has a chance to catch them on Oct. 16, the first day of Treasure Island.

The middle of the bills are solid as well: Saturday has Die Antwoord, !!!, Deadmau5, Holy Fuck, Little Dragon, and Kruder & Dorfmeister. Sunday will see The National, Broken Social Scene, She & Him and Surfer Blood, among others. There's also a choice selection of local artists -- like Wallpaper and The Mumlers -- farther down the bill.

Advance two-day passes go on sale tomorrow for the way-reasonable price of $99. Treasure Island is October 16 and 17 this year. Check out the full lineup after the jump.

Saturday, October 16
LCD Soundsystem
Deadmau5
Kruder & Dorfmeister
Miike Snow
!!!
Die Antwoord
Little Dragon
Four Tet
Holy Fuck
Phantogram
Jamaica
Wallpaper
Maus Haus

Sunday, October 17
Belle & Sebastian
The National
Broken Social Scene
She & Him
Superchunk
Rogue Wave
Surfer Blood
Ra Ra Riot
Monotonix
The Sea and Cake
Phosphorescent
Papercuts
The Mumlers

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