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.
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