The festival will return to Leeds and Hatfield in May 2021.
More acts have been added to the already huge support bill for Queens Of The Stone Age at London’s Finsbury Park on Saturday 30 June 2018.
Brody Dalle will perform an acoustic set, as well as appearances by Miles Kane, Curtis Harding, Bombino, Hinds, and Belako.
Dalle is most famous for fronting recently reformed punk outfit The Distillers, having also released material with Spinnerette and as a solo artist. Miles Kane co-founded The Last Shadow Puppets, as well as fronting The Rascals. Also added are US soul singer Curtis Harding, singer-songwriter and guitarist Bombino, Spanish indie-rockers Hinds, and fellow Spaniards Belako.
The latest names join the previously confirmed Iggy Pop, Run The Jewels and The Hives.
Following the release of Villains, and last year’s headline run, Queens Of The Stone Age will take to Finsbury Park later this year.
QOTSA, fronted by Josh Homme, released their latest album in August 2017, their follow up to 2013’s …Like Clockwork. Their newest album features singles The Way You Used To Do and The Evil Has Landed.
Queens Of The Stone Age have been releasing music since their debut self-titled album in 1998. They’ve since celebrated repeated chart success, not least with singles No One Knows, Little Sister and 3’s & 7’s.
Villains saw the band reach No.1 on the UK album chart, as well as in various other countries. They also reached No.3 on the Billboard chart in the United States.
All confirmed artists will reach London’s Finsbury Park on the 30 June 2018.
Tickets for Queens Of The Stone Age at Finsbury Park, London are on sale now through Ticketmaster.co.uk.