Cat Power, Grimes, Steve Mason added to Øya Festival 2013 line-up Cat Power Tickets

The Norwegian festival will take place between August 6 and 10 in Oslo

Cat Power, Grimes, Steve Mason added to Øya Festival 2013 line-up

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Cat Power, Grimes, Steve Mason and Phosphorescent have been added to the lineup for Øya Festival 2013.

Blur, The Knife, Alabama Shakes, Azealia Banks, Angel Haze, Disclosure, Kraftwerk, King Krule, Haim, Tampe Impala, Palma Violets, Mount Kimbie and James Blake will also appear at the annual Norwegian bash, which takes place at Oslo's Middelalderparken from August 6-10, 2013. Other acts confirmed today include Laura Mvula, Ben Zabo, Mikhael Paskalev, Shining, Deathcrush, Dråpe, Lemaitre, and Dreamon.

Øya isn't the first European festival to bag a headline set from Blur next year. The band are also confirmed for Rock Werchter, which takes place from July 4–7 in Belgium, and the twin Primavera festivals in Barcelona, Spain on May 24 and Porto, Portugal on May 31.

Last year's Øya Festival saw performances from The Stone Roses, Björk, The Black Keys, Bon Iver and A$AP Rocky, among others. To find out more information about this year's festival and for tickets, go to Oyafestivalen.no.

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