The lineup of the eleventh Flow Festival taking place on the 8-10 August continues to grow with both international and local acts.

Flow Festival. Photo: Jussi Hellsten

Flow Festival. Photo: Jussi Hellsten

New additions include Swedish-born singer, songwriter and rapper Neneh Cherry, who will perform with the British instrumental duo RocketNumberNine. The two recently released the album Blank Project, produced by British Kieran Hebden aka Four Tet.

Other new international additions are energetic Norwegian indie-rockers Kakkmaddafakka and electronic pop from promising and feisty Danish newcomer Karen Marie Ørsted aka Mø.

Local Finnish acts added to the lineup include the instrumental rock group Siinai, who are about to release a much awaited album, producer and rapper DJ Kridlokk, and the group of rap artists and producers Nyt Kolisee-live! performing their only gig of the summer.

Nyt kolisee is a chart-topping album released this spring, where some of Finland’s most talented rappers reinterpret popular Finnish singer-songwriter J. Karjalainen’s album Et ole yksin. Stepping on the Flow stage to perform will be Paleface, Hosni, Tommy Lindgren, Kevin Tandu, Toinen Kadunpoika, Juno, Heikki Kuula + Tuplaaja, Pyhimys, Paperi T, Solonen, Kosola, Kube, Keke Kesken, Chyde, Lempi-Joe, Stepa, Are, Roope K, Timo Pieni Huijaus, Janne Haavisto and Mamba.

Earlier, artists such as OutKast, The National, Janelle Monáe, Die Antwoord, Paul Kalkbrenner, Slowdive and Bill Callahan have been announced in the lineup. More additions to the lineup are expected shortly.

For more information, check Flow’s homepage.