Death Cab, Cut Copy, Empire of the Sun, DFA 1979 to Headline Treasure Island Music Festival 2011

, according to One Thirty BPM.

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TIMF has brought a pretty solid lineup to the table for its fifth year. The bill has been somewhat split into a day of rock and a day of dance.

The festival is set to take place October 15 and 16 in San Francisco. Early bird tickets will go on sale Wednesday for $99. More information on tickets can be found here.

The full Treasure Island lineup and more daily music news and gossip about Disturbed going on hiatus, Lykke Li's fall tour, and the Static Jacks' new track after the jump...

Saturday, October 15:

Empire of the Sun
Cut Copy
Death From Above 1979
Flying Lotus
Dizzee Rascal
Shabazz Palaces
Buraka Som Sistema
The Naked and Famous
Aloe Blacc

Sunday, October 16:

Death Cab For Cutie
Explosions in the Sky
Beach House
St. Vincent
The Hold Steady
Stephen Malkmus and the Jicks
The Antlers
Wild Beasts
The Head and the Heart
Thee Oh Sees
Friendly Fires

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