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Prince has been announced as a headliner for Polish festival Open’er.

The festival, which takes place at Gdynia-Kosakowo Airfield in Gdynia between June 30 and July 3, will also be headlined by The Strokes and Coldplay. The Wombats, The National, M.I.A, Foals, Hurts, These New Puritans, Deadmau5, Two Door Cinema Club and Pulp are also on the bill.

Open’er is currently Prince‘s only scheduled European festival appearance of the summer after rumours of a headline set at Glastonbury proved to be false. See Opener.pl for details.

Prince released his 33rd solo album ’20Ten’ last year and is currently completing a live residency at The Forum in Los Angeles.

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