Festivals: Sløtface, St Vincent, Phoebe Bridgers and more to play Øya Festival 2018

Sløtface, St Vincent, Phoebe Bridgers and more to play Øya Festival 2018

Arctic Monkeys, Kendrick Lamar, Arcade Fire and more are already heading to Oslo in August.

More bands have been announced for this year’s Øya Festival! Sløtface, St Vincent and Phoebe Bridgers lead the list of new names for the Oslo festival.

They join the likes of Kendrick Lamar, Arcade Fire, Wolf Alice and more at the festival, which returns to the city’s Tøyenparken between 7th-11th August.

Brockhampton, Patti Smith, Noname and more are also signed up, along with Arctic Monkeys, who headline the festival as one of a number of European festival performances.

Other new names on the lineup include King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard and Jenny Lewis.

View the full list of Øya additions below.

CHARLOTTE GAINSBOURG (FR)
ST VINCENT (US)
JENNY LEWIS (US)
PHOEBE BRIDGERS (US)
KING GIZZARD & THE LIZARD WIZARD (AU)
BEHEMOTH (PL)
STEAMDOME (NO)
SLØTFACE (NO)
CURTIS HARDING (US)
WITCH (ZM)
HIGH ON FIRE (US)
KHRUANGBIN (US)
THE COMET IS COMING (UK)
ALEX CAMERON (AU)
GOLDIE (UK)
SKATEBÅRD (NO)
CARMEN VILLAIN (NO)
BENDIK GISKE (NO)
COURTNEY MARIE ANDREWS (US)
BOKASSA (NO)
HALIE (NO)
EMIR (NO)
ROHEY (NO)
LINNI (NO)

Photo: Emma Swann / DIY

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