Cut Copy and Mogwai added to Oya festival

Norwegian festival expands

Cut Copy and Mogwai added to Oya festival
Cut Copy, Mogwai, El Guincho and Coliseum have been added to the Øya festival line up.

It will take place in Norway at Middelalderparken
a medieval park in Oslo between August 5 and 9.

The full line-up is:

Sonic Youth
My Bloody Valentine
Turbonegro performs Apocalypse Dudes
Sigur Rós
The Sonics
Kaizers Orchestra
Buraka Som Sistema
Ida Maria
The Dodos
Fleet Foxes
Girl Talk
Jose Gonzales
Holy Fuck
Iron & Wine
Silje Nes
Kid Sister & A-Trak
Konono No 1
Jamie Lidell
Lightspeed Champion
Lykke Li
The Mae Shi
Girl Talk
Janelle Monáe
The National
No Age
Okkervil River
The Sword
Sunn O)))
Dark Meat
The Night Marchers
Dengue Fever
Booka Shade
The Urges
Strip Steve
Les Petit Pilous
Cut Copy
El Guincho
Raga Rockers
Animal Alpha
diskJokke Band
Grand Island
El Cuero
Roger Græsberg & The Anti-Music Bonanza
Thom Hell
Ingrid Olava
Kung Fu Girls
Master Piece Of Cake
Pirate Love
Sigh & Explode
Tommy Tokyo & Starving For My Gravy
Truls & The Trees

To check the availability of Øya Festival tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/GIGS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

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