Amy Winehouse to play Oxegen festival

Plus The Pogues and The Charlatans added to Irish festival bill

Amy Winehouse has been added to the bill for the forthcoming Oxegen festival.

The bash is set to take place between July 11 and 13 at Punchestown Racecourse, County Kildare, Ireland.

The Pogues and The Charlatans have also been announced as new additions to the bill, which will see Kings Of Leon, R.E.M and Rage Against The Machine play headline slots.


Kaiser Chiefs, The Verve, The Fratellis, Interpol and The Prodigy are among other acts set to play at the festival.

The line-up for Oxegen 2008 so far is:

Rage Against The Machine

Kings of Leon


The Verve


Amy Winehouse

The Charlatans

The Pogues

The Swell Season featuring Glen Hansard & Markéta Irglová

Kaiser Chiefs

The Prodigy

The Fratellis


Chemical Brothers

Counting Crows


The Raconteurs

Ian Brown

Hot Chip


Panic At The Disco

The Feeling

Aphex Twin


Newton Faulkner

Kate Nash

The Zutons

The Hoosiers

Scouting For Girls

Richard Hawley

Róisín Murphy


Band Of Horses

Seasick Steve

Alabama 3


Lightspeed Champion

Bowling For Soup

The Courteeners

Future Kings Of Spain

DJ Koze

Kaz James and Crookers

Tickets for the festival go on sale tomorrow (March 7) at 8am (GMT)

To check the availability of Oxegen tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/GIGS now, or call 0871 230 1094.


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