Oya Festival 2012

Tuesday 7th to Saturday 11th August 2012
Medieval Park (Middelalderparken) in Oslo, Norway
2045 NOK (approx £224)
daily capacity: 60000
last updated: Tue 19th Jun 2012

Øya festival is the largest outdoor music festival in Oslo, Norway and promotes a diverse line up from across the globe. Returning for its 10th year, Oya Festival takes place in the Medieval Park, which is located in Gamlebyen, the oldest part of Oslo from Tuesday 7th until Saturday 11th August 2012.

Line-up

The latest acts are Metronomy, Willis Earl Beal, Best Coast, Chromatics, Screaming Female, Lightships, Philco Fiction, Hedvig Mollestad Trio, Mathis Stubø Band, Joy Orbison, Purity Ring, Disclosure, Foals (DJ Set), St. Etienne, Theo Parrish, and Juan Atkins.

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They join The Stone Roses, Bjork, and The Black Keys as headliners, plus Florence + The Machine, Refused, A$AP Rocky, Bon Iver, Azealia Banks, Ane Brun, Bob Mould performing 'Copper Blue', Charles Bradley And His Extraordinaires, Ceremony, DaM-FunK, The Afghan Whigs, Factory Floor, Todd Terje and Lindstrøm, Kindness, Friends, Haim, Cloud Nothings, Baroness, Sondre Lerche, Oberhofer, Amund Maarud, Casa Murilo, Death By Unga Bunga, Reptile Youth, Siri Nilsen, First Aid Kit, Frank Ocean, Mazzy Star, SBTRKT, St Vincent, Tamikrest, The War on Drugs, Thurston Moore, Nicolas Jaar, Feist, Årabrot, Nekromantheon, Jonas Alaska, Yelawolf, The Devil's Blood, Sudan Dudan, Mikhael Paskalev, Mirror Lakes, and The Good, The Bad And The Zugly.

Plus Norwegian acts Beglomeg, Bushman's Revenge, Die A Legend, El Doom & The Born Electric, Håkon Kornstad Tenor Battle, Heyerdahl, Highasakite, Karpe Diem, Mathias Eick, Martin Hagfors, Maya Vik, Mikhael Paskalev, Nekromantheon, Susanne Sundfør, and Young Dreams.

In total there are 200+ bands on 4 outdoor stages and in 30 clubs.

Tickets

Tickets are priced at 2045 NOK (approx £224). To buy tickets, click here.

Camping

There is camping available nearby at Ekeberg Camping and the festival site is a ten minute walk from Oslo Central Station.

On site

Amidst the festival area of trees, green grass and water, the festival is well equipped with stages, shopping streets and small shops serving food and drink. Festival goers can swim from one stage to another or take a short walk to the city centre of Oslo.

Ecological

Øya is the most environmentally friendly festival in the country, boasting 100% ecological food and green ethics.

More information will be here when available.

Tuesday 7th to Saturday 11th August 2012
Medieval Park (Middelalderparken) in Oslo, Norway
2045 NOK (approx £224)
daily capacity: 60000
last updated: Tue 19th Jun 2012


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