Festivals: Beck, Lapsley, The War on Drugs confirmed for Øya Festival 2015

Beck, Lapsley, The War on Drugs confirmed for Øya Festival 2015

Norway event also hosts Caribou, Flying Lotus and Future Islands.

Norway’s Øya Festival - entering its seventeenth year in 2015 - has announced a new selection of acts for this year’s event.

Running from 11th-15th August, the Tøyenparken festival welcomes in new names Beck and Lapsley, for starters.

There’s also Philadelphians The War on Drugs, plus Susanne Sundfør, Enslaved, Belle & Sebastian and The Julie Ruin.

These additions join previously confirmed headliner Florence & The Machine, plus Caribou, Foxygen, Flying Lotus, Future Islands, Run the Jewels and Father John Misty,

5 day passes are priced at £225, available now.


We’re often asked about you, our readers. So we’d really appreciate it if you’d offer up a bit of information about you, and your music-loving habits by filling in our 2019 readers’ survey.

Click here to reach the 2019 DIY readers’ survey.

(Don’t worry, none of what we’re asking for is personally identifiable - and no questions are compulsory.)

More like this

Låpsley - These Elements

Låpsley - These Elements

A snapshot of Holly Fletcher’s current creative waypoint, subtle hints of an eclectic future direction shining through - enough to hook and sate interest.

Beck - Hyperspace

Beck - Hyperspace

That ‘Hyperspace’ is quite so seamless in its execution is an utter joy.

Albums of 2020: Shame

Albums of 2020: Shame

Crash-landing into indie’s premier league with ‘Songs of Praise’, Shame have been on a round-the-world trip of gigs ever since. Knuckling down for its follow up, get ready to join the whirlwind again.