Osheaga festival announces complete star-studded lineup

Montreal's Osheaga festival has released its entire 2018 lineup, with headliners Florence + The Machine, Arctic Monkeys and Travis Scott.

Other big names gracing the summertime stage include Yeah Yeah Yeahs, James Blake, Rae Sremmurd, Khalid, Anderson.Paak, St.

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