Biffy Clyro and Plan B added to Oxegen 2010 line-up

Acts will join Eminem, Muse and Arcade Fire at the event

Biffy Clyro and Plan B added to Oxegen 2010 line-up
Biffy Clyro and Plan B have been added to the line-up for this year's Oxegen festival.

The acts will join the likes of Eminem, Muse, Kasabian and Arcade Fire at the bash, taking place on July 9-11 on Punchetown Racecourse near Dublin.

Other acts already on the bill include Delphic, The Drums, Wild Beasts, The Prodigy and Vampire Weekend.

The Oxegen line-up so far is:

Eminem
Muse
Kasabian
Arcade Fire
Julian Casablancas
The Prodigy
Dizzee Rascal
Florence And The Machine
Faithless
Stereophonics
Vampire Weekend
30 Seconds To Mars
Laura Marling
Jamie T
Mumford & Sons
Earth, Wind & Fire
Grove Armada
The Black Keys
The Cribs
The Stranglers
Black Eyed Peas
Paolo Nutini
David Guetta
John Mayer
Hot Chip
Calvin Harris
Newton Faulkner
Gossip
The Temper Trap
Empire Of The Sun
Goldfrapp
La Roux
Wolfmother
Delphic
The Drums
Wild Beasts
Rise Against
The Coral
Broken Social Scene
Ellie Goulding
Dirty Projectors
Chipmunk
Tinie Tempah
Chase & Status
Two Door Cinema Club
Hudson Mohawke
Local Natives
Jamie Lidell
Alex Metric
Neon Indian
The Capitals
Armand Van Helden
Ateve Angello
Simian Mobile Disco
Erol Alkan
Fox Avenue
Steve Aoki
A-Trak
Aeroplane


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