June 1, 2010 19:30

The Specials, Flaming Lips, Broken Bells added to Øya Festival line-up The Specials Tickets

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

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The Specials, The Flaming Lips and Broken Bells are among the names added to the line-up for 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, Paul Weller, MIA and The xx, who have already been confirmed for the event.

Other new additions to the bill also include Field Music and Sleepy Sun.

For more information, visit Oyafestivalen.com.

The line-up for Øya Festival so far is:

Air
Altaar
Big Boi
Blood Command
Broken Bells
Casiokids
CCTV
Converge
The Cumshots
Cymbals Eat Guitars
Djerv
Field Music
Flaming Lips
Fool's Gold
Fucked Up
The Gaslight Anthem
Girls
Iggy & The Stooges
Imperial State Electric
Invasion
John Olav Nilsen og Gjengen
Jonsi
King Midas Sound
Kråkesølv
La Roux
LidoLido
Lindstrøm & Christabelle
Local Natives
Major Lazer
Marina & The Diamonds
The Megaphonic Thrift
MIA
Miike Snow
Motorpsycho
The National
Navigators
Obliteration
Panda Bear
Paul Weller
Pavement
Purified In Blood
Q-Tip
Raekwon
Serena Maneesh
Sleepy Sun
Sleigh Bells
The Specials
Surfer Blood
Susanne Sundfør
Tony Allen
Trash Talk
Tune-Yards
The xx


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