Paul Weller and MIA added to Øya Festival line-up

Acts to join Pavement and Iggy And The Stooges at the Norwegian event

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Paul Weller and MIA have been added to the line-up at this year's Øya Festival.

Taking place between August 10-14 at The Medieval Park in Oslo, the acts will join the likes of Pavement, Iggy And The Stooges, La Roux and The xx, who have already been confirmed for the event.

As previously reported, Paul Weller won Godlike Genius at this year's Shockwaves NME Awards, where the Modfather praised Bombay Bicycle Club and Kasabian in the process.

For more information, visit Oyafestivalen.com.

The line-up for Øya Festival so far is:

Altaar
Big Boi
Blood Command
Casiokids
CCTV
Converge
The Cumshots
Cymbals Eat Guitars
Djerv
Fool's Gold
The Gaslight Anthem
Girls
Iggy & The Stooges
Invasion
John Olav Nilsen og Gjengen
Kråkesølv
La Roux
LidoLido
Lindstrøm & Christabelle
Major Lazer
The Megaphonic Thrift
MIA
Motorpsycho
Navigators
Obliteration
Paul Weller
Pavement
Purified In Blood
Raekwon
Serena Maneesh
Surfer Blood
Susanne Sundfør
Tony Allen
The xx






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