Øya Festival, Oslo – Charlotte Gainsbourg, St Vincent, Jenny Lewis, Phoebe Bridgers & more announced


Øya Festival, Oslo – Charlotte Gainsbourg, St Vincent, Jenny Lewis, Phoebe Bridgers & more announced

Norway’s premier music event, Øya Festival, announces further names to its brilliantly discerning 2018 line up, including; Charlotte Gainsbourg, St Vincent, Jenny Lewis, Phoebe Bridgers, Khruangbin and many more.

Øya is the place to see the best in class in Norwegian acts and today, more names have been added to the bill including; Skatebård, Carmen Villain, Bendik Giske, Bokassa, Halie, Emir, Rohey, Steamdome, Sløtface and Linni. 

Over the past decade, Øya festival has cemented its reputation as one of the most critically respected events in the summer music calendar, presenting audiences with tastefully curated, out of the ordinary billings.  One of the world’s most green events, Øyahas also become the benchmark in sustainable practices and standards for festivals the world over.

Already confirmed to play at the 18,000 capacity festival this year are Arctic Monkeys, Arcade Fire, Kendrick Lamar, Lykke Li, J Hus, Jorja Smith, Fever Ray, Cezinando, Hollie Cook, Young Dreams, … And You Will Know Us By The Trail Of Dead, Brockhampton, Chelsea Wolfe, Converge, Dig Deeper, Fieh, Great News, Grizzly Bear, Moses Sumney, Noname, Paradise, Patti Smith, Sassy009, Sleaford Mods, Smerz, Store P, Superorganism, Tones and Wolf Alice.

Beyond the music, Øya seeks to operate in the most environmentally sound approach possible. The entire event is powered by sustainable electricity, while all of the festival waste is hand-sorted and recycled which means that 70% of it can be reused. The audience also benefits from such an approach: almost all of the food served at Øya is organic and locally sourced from small scale providers, and all caterers are required to deliver a menu that’s at least 50% meat-free.


Week pass – 2804 NOK
Day pass – 989 NOK