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Sziget Festival adds new acts to its lineup

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Hungary’s biggest music event, the Sziget Festival, which will take place this year between August 10-17, has added a handful of new acts to its lineup, according to a press release issued by the event’s organizers today.

The newly confirmed acts include Dutch DJ-producer Afrojack, South African rap-ravers Die Antwoord, LA-based electro duo DVBBS, former Ramones member Marky Ramoneʼs Blitzkrieg, British rockers Skunk Anansie, London’s master of trap beats TroyBoi, Russian DJ-producer ZEDD and American hip-hop producer Carnage. 

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