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Roll Deep join Turning Point fest


Roll Deep will play the Turning Point Festival

Roll Deep will play the Turning Point Festival

Roll Deep will play the Turning Point Festival

Roll Deep have been added to the line-up of this year's Turning Point Festival.

The chart-topping Green Light rappers and Rob da Bank are among the new acts unveiled to be performing at the festival of music, poetry, comedy and performance art at at Camden's Roundhouse in London from Friday September 17 until Sunday September 19.

They join Professor Green, Ms Dynamite, Toddla T and Channel Five's Don't Stop Believing supergroup who are among the other musical acts performing at the live three-day event, completely created and controlled by people aged 25 and under.

Ms Dynamite said: "What's unique and super exciting about this festival is that it's all arranged and totally done by young people. I'm really excited to just be getting on stage!"

Professor Green will kick off the festival on Friday, headlining the Main Space.

The singer is playing her homecoming gig at in the Main Space at the north London venue on Saturday night, before Roll Deep and Rob da Bank take to the stage, while away from the main stage Simon Munnery will compere an evening of comedy.

Eat Your Own Ears will help wind down the event on Sunday.

This year the Roundhouse has teamed up with MySpace.com and four unsigned acts will join the Turning Point line-up after being selected from the many entries sent in to the social networking site.

The entire festival will be broadcast live at www.roundhouse.org.uk and via MySpace.

Tickets are on sale at www.myspace.com/turningpointfestival