Oxegen Festival 2011

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Jul 08 - Jul 11 2011

Naas, Ireland (Punchestown Racecourse)

?179.50 (No Camping); ?199.50 (Camping)

Oxegen is an annual Irish music festival held since 2004. Now Ireland’s biggest festival and the largest 100% CarbonNeutral event in Ireland, it was previously called Witnness, which ran from 2000 and was sponsored by Guinness. Oxegen takes place on the same weekend as T in the Park in Scotland and shares a very similar line-up each year, although Oxegen is generally regarded as Ireland’s version of the Glastonbury Festival, with the 2008 festival sharing three of the same headliners as its English counterpart

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