March 10, 2011 12:34

Oxegen 2011 line-up

Check out the line-up for this year's event

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Foo Fighters, Artic Monkeys and The Strokes have all been confirmed for the July 2011 festival. To check ticket availability, head to NME.COM/tickets.

The bands confirmed for the festival are as follows:

Friday 8th July - Main Stage:
The Black Eyed Peas
The Script

Saturday 9th July - Main Stage:
Foo Fighters
Arctic Monkeys

Sunday 10th July - Main Stage:
The Strokes

Also appearing across the weekend:
Paolo Nutini
Brandon Flowers
My Chemical Romance
Deadmau 5
Plan B
The National
Beady Eye
Swedish House Mafia
Bright Eyes
Tinie Tempah
Imelda May
Bruno Mars
Two Door Cinema Club
Jessie J
Calvin Harris
Jimmy Eat World
Friendly Fires
Crystal Castles
The Vaccines
Primal Scream Screamadelica
House Of Pain
Sven Vath
The Bloody Beetroots DC77
Steve Aoki
All Time Low
Fight Like Apes
Noah And The Whale
The Naked And Famous
Ryan Sheridan
The Minutes
Bipolar Empire
Consumer Love Affair

See for more details.

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