Eminem, Muse, Jay-Z, Kasabian for Oxegen Festival - ticket details

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Eminem, Muse and Kasabian have been confirmed to play this year's Oxegen festival.

The Prodigy, Florence And The Machine, Faithless, Stereophonics, Vampire Weekend and Mumford and Sons are also confirmed to play.

The Irish event takes place on July 9-11 on Punchtown Racecourse near Dublin.

Tickets go on sale at 8am (GMT) on March 12

The Oxegen line-up so far is:

Eminem
Muse
Kasabian
The Prodigy
Florence And The Machine
Faithless
Stereophonics
Vampire Weekend
Mumford & Sons
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
Rise Against
The Coral
Broken Social Scene
Ellie Goulding
Two Door Cinema Club
Armand Van Helden
Ateve Angello
Simian Mobile Disco
Erol Alkan
Steve Aoki
A-Trak
Aeroplane


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

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