Also on the bill for the April 29-30 event are Paul Oakenfold, the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Sigur Rós, Danger Mouse, She Wants Revenge and Common, The Los Angeles Times reported Tuesday.
Depeche Mode keeps alive the festival's tradition of revisiting musical heroes of the 1980s, the newspaper said.
Tickets for the event at the Empire Polo Field go on sale Saturday.
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