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News: Øya Festival Confirms Line-up

Oslo’s Øya Festival, the greenest festival in Europe, has just announced the final additions to their line-up for this year and they are big, Yeasayer, Ariel Pink’s Haunted Graffiti, The Black Angels, Die Antwoord, Broken Bells, Flaming Lips, The Specials and Field Music. They join the previously announced line-up:
Øya FestivalM.I.A (UK)
Pavement (US)
Iggy & The Stooges (US)
Paul Weller (UK)
LCD Soundsystem (US)
Robyn (SW)
Tony Allen (NG)
Big Boi (US)
La Roux (UK)
The XX (UK)
Marina & The Diamonds (UK)
Local Natives (US)
Jonsi (of Sigur Ros) (ICD)
Panda Bear (US)
Mike Snow (SW)
The National (US)
Fucked Up (US)
Air (FR)
Trash Talk (US)
Imperial State Electric (SW)
Sleigh Bells (US)
Tune-Yards (US)
Kind Midas Sound (UK)
Girls (US)
Fools Gold (US)
Raekwon (US)
Cymbals Eat Guitars (US)
The Gaslight Anthem (US)
Major Lazer (US/UK)
Lindstrøm & Christabelle (NO)
Converge (US)
Surfer Blood (US)
Serena Maneesh (NO)
Casiokids (NO)
Plus Norwegian acts:
Diskjokke / Ost & Kjeks / Todd Terje & Dølle Jølle / Ost & Kjeks, Altaar / Motorpsycho / THE CUMSHOTS / CCTV / Lidolido / Navigators / John Olav Nilsen Og Gjengen / Obliteration / Djerv / Susanne Sundfør / Purified in Blood / The Megaphonic Thrift / Blood Command / Kråkesølv / Pow Pow / Lucy Swann / Mhoo / Karpe Diem / Lars Vaular / Ingrid Olava / Diskjokke w/Sambasunda / Wardruna / Todd Terje & Dølle Jølle (first live show) /
Necessary / 1349 / Ingerborg Selnes
Additionally, Øya is hosting a serious of ØyaNight afterparties around Oslo outside of the festival grounds throughout the week.
Øya is held in a medieval park, surrounded by sandy beaches, the Oslo Fjords, the green Ekeberg Hill and the Oslo skyline. Rooted deep in history, the medieval park is also the place where the capital of Norway was founded a thousand years ago. For 4 days in the middle of August, the Medieval Park in Oslo is transformed into an arena for musical, visual and cross-cultural performances. The Øya Festival is an energetic and symbiotic experience with a unique atmosphere and audience that bares resemblance to none other.
Amidst the festival area of trees, green grass and water, the festival is well equipped with stages, shopping streets and small shops serving food and drink. The site creates an exciting rendezvous between nature and culture, being just a short walk from the city centre of Oslo.
August 10th-14th 2010
Oslo, Norway
5 DAY FESTIVAL PASS: 1940 NOK (Norwegian Kroner) + tax
Day tickets also available, call +47 815 33 133

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