Posted in Press Releases on 06 March 2014
Outkast are confirmed to play at Way Out West in August.
The utterly awesome André 3000 and Big Boi will be hopping over the Atlantic to play the 2014 edition, making this year's Way Out West even more stellar. Robyn & Röyksopp, Queens Of The Stone Age, The National, Neutral Milk Hotel, Janelle Monáe, Pusha T, Brody Dalle, Joey Bada$$, Mø, The Julie Ruin and many other luminaries will grace the stage at Slottsskogen in Gothenburg, Sweden 7th - 9th August.
Additionally, Little Dragon, Les Ambassadeurs (featuring Amadou of Amadou & Mariam) and Mark Ernestus presents Jeri-Jeri were also added to the festival line-up this week. And joining the Stay Out West nighttime programme are Mighty Oaks, Hozier and Nguzunguzu, with this part of the festival taking place in various venues across Gothenburg.
WAY OUT WEST 2014 LINE-UP SO FAR:
I Break Horses
Neutral Milk Hotel
Queens Of The Stone Age
Royksopp & Robyn
The Julie Ruin
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