New acts added to line-up for Oxegen festival
A host of new acts have been added to the line-up for this year's Oxegen festival in Co Kildare.
Scouting for Girls, Kate Nash, The Editors and The Hoosiers are just some of the latest acts to join REM, The Verve, The Prodigy and Kings of Leon at the three-day event.
The festival takes at Punchestown Racecourse between July 11-13.
Tickets go on sale this Friday.
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