Øya Festival

Øya Festival adds Stormzy, FKA Twigs, Aurora to 2020 line-up

Suede, Dave, and Michael Kiwanuka also join the bill

Øya 2019 is inclusive, green and feel-good – like all festivals could be

This month saw Øya Festival celebrate its 20th anniversary. Not only is it Norway’s biggest festival, it has also become renowned as a true...

Øya Festival 2019 completes line-up with nearly 50/50 gender split bill for third year in a row

Øya Festival have completed their line-up for 2019, boasting a nearly 50/50 gender split line-up for the third year in a row. After 2018’s event featured...

The Cure and Sigrid to headline and celebrate 20 years at Øya Festival 2019

The Cure and Sigrid are the first headliners to be announced for Øya Festival 2019, with the acclaimed Norwegian event celebrating its 20th year. After...

Phoebe Bridgers on Mumford & Sons, mental health and her ‘political, self-deprecating’ next album

Phoebe Bridgers has revealed that she's already started writing material for her next album - of a more 'political' and 'self-deprecating' nature. Currently wrapping up...

St Vincent and Lykke Li own day three of Øya 2018

The third day of Øya 2018 was brought to melodramatic close by St Vincent and Lykke Li. Following previous evenings' headliners Arcade Fire, Arctic Monkeys...

Øya 2018: Kendrick Lamar proves that he’s worthy of headlining Glastonbury

The end of this month will see Kendrick Lamar headline Reading & Leeds 2018. A slot indelibly linked to the likes of Nirvana, Pulp,...

Arctic Monkeys and Arcade Fire battle it out for ultimate festival headliner at Øya 2018

"Thanks, we've been Arcade Monkeys," jokes Arcade Fire frontmanWin Butler as their early evening set draws to a close at Øya 2018 - spotlighting the rare and...

Sløtface: ‘F**k you to any 50-year-old musicians who say that rock is dead’

Sløtface have spoken out against 'ageing '90s rockstars' claiming that 'rock is dead' among today's generation. The band released their acclaimed debut album 'Try Not...
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