April 18, 2011 21:00

Glasvegas, Manics, Metronomy added to Oxegen 2011 line-up - ticket details Glasvegas Tickets

Odd Future, Professor Green and Pete Doherty also join Irish bill

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Glasvegas, Manic Street Preachers and Metronomy have been added to the bill for this year's Oxegen festival in Ireland.

They are part of 13 new additions to the line-up, including Professor Green, Odd Future, Pete Doherty and Slash.

Meanwhile, Blink-182 have also cancelled their appearance at the festival this summer in order to continue working on their new album.

The festival takes place at Punchestown Racecourse, Naas, on July 7-10. See Oxegen.ie for more information.

The Oxegen line-up so far is:

Coldplay
The Strokes
Deadmau5
Brandon Flowers
The National
The Vaccines
Beady Eye
Weezer
Pendulum
Plan B
My Chemical Romance
Primal Scream
Swedish House Mafia
Two Door Cinema Club
Tinie Tempah
Imelda May
Bright Eyes
Glasvegas
Slash
Manic Street Preachers
Metronomy
Professor Green
The Saturdays
Odd Future
Ke$ha
Eliza Doolittle
Example
Cherri Bomb
Pete Doherty
The Pretty Reckless
Eels
Bruno Mars
Jessie J
Calvin Harris
Jimmy Eat World
Friendly Fires
Crystal Castles
House of Pain
Chase & Status
All Time Low
Noah & The Whale
Fight Like Apes
Leftfield
Sven Vath
Hurts
Crookers
Mona
The Naked And Famous
Ryan Sheridan
The Minutes
Bipolar Empire


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