The Psychedelic Furs and more for Benicassim (FiB)

including White Lies, Friendly Fires, and Boys Noize

published: Thu 26th Feb 2009

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Thursday 16th to Sunday 19th July 2009
near Valencia, Spain, Spain
4-days £160 - SOLD OUT, day tickets Thursday or Friday £67.50
last updated: Thu 7th May 2009

The influential late post-punk band, The Psychedelic Furs, will play on the Sunday at Festival Internacional de Benicassim, in Spain.

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The Psychedelic Furs will perform on the Green Stage on Sunday, airing such classics as 'Love My Way', 'Heaven', 'Ghost in You', 'Heartbreak Beat', and 'Pretty in Pink' sung with frontman Richard Butler's one-of-a-kind voice.

Joining them on the raft of new announcements are White Lies, Friendly Fires, The Bishops, and Boys Noize, completing the latest additions to the line-up of the fifteenth anniversary of Festival, for which more than 20,000 tickets have already been sold.

Festival Internacional de Benicassim, FIB Heineken, which is held near Valencia, Spain happens from Thursday 16th until Sunday 19th July, and have already announced Oasis to headline Thursday, Kings of Leon to headline Friday, Franz Ferdinand to headline Saturday, and The Killers to headline Sunday. Paul Weller is also confirmed.


Benicassim has something to offer across the whole musical spectrum, as indie and rock bands rub shoulders with DJs and more experimental music projects. As well as this diverse array of musical performers, the festival boasts a quality bill of non-musical entertainment, including dance, art, theatre, fashion, silent disco and short films.

The festival has already sold out it's early bird ticket allocation. Tickets are on sale on now. A four-day pass cost £140 until January 15th, and can be bought here.

around the festival

Thursday 16th to Sunday 19th July 2009
near Valencia, Spain, Spain
4-days £160 - SOLD OUT, day tickets Thursday or Friday £67.50
last updated: Thu 7th May 2009


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