Sharon Van Etten and Tinariwen join Way Out West line-up

Mac DeMarco, John Wizards and Bo Ningen also set to appear at Stay Out West sideshows

Sharon Van Etten and Tinariwen join Way Out West line-up

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Sharon Van Etten and Tinariwen have been added to the line-up for this year's Way Out West festival.

Van Etten, who returns with new album 'Are We There?' in May, heads up the latest addition to the festival's bill, with Elliphant and Veronica Maggio also set to perform at the event.

Alongside the main festival, Stay Out West takes place at various venues across the city. Hessle Audio's Pearson Sound, Pangaea and Ben UFO join Mac DeMarco, John Wizards and Bo Ningen in playing live as part of the side event. It was preciously confirmed that Jungle, Jonathan Wilson and Circa Waves will also be participate in this element of Way Out West.

The festival, which takes place at Slottsskogen, Gothenburg between August 7-9, 2014, will host performances from Queens Of The Stone Age, Robyn, The National, Janelle Monae and Neutral Milk Hotel. Other confirmed acts include Icona Pop, Darkside, Bill Callahan, Ella Eyre, Royskopp, The Julie Ruin, MØ, Blood Orange, Jenny Wilson, Joey Bada$$, Brody Dalle, Chlöe Howl and Pusha T.

Tickets are available now. For more information visit the Way Out West website.

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