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Morissette, Korn, Papa Roach join Caracas festival

Canadian singer Alanis Morissette, U.S. bands Korn and Papa Roach, and Pink Floyd legend Roger Waters will be among the featured stars at the Caracas Pop Festival in March, organizers said on Friday.

The second annual edition of the festival – which last year attracted Oasis, Sting and Christina Aguilera – will take place in a 35,000-seat open-air stadium near Venezuela’s steamy Caribbean capital Caracas.

Morissette, who won four Grammy awards with her 1995 album “Jagged Little Pill,” will perform songs from her latest production, “Under Rug Swept,” which is due to be released in February, organizers said.

The festival is due to be held in mid-March but organizers said final dates have not been set.

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