Irish music festival Oxegen has been cancelled next year (12).
The three-day event in Naas, Ireland, which included Coldplay, Beyonce, Foo Fighters and the Black Eyed Peas on this year's (11) line-up, will return in 2013.
A statement from the promoters reads, "Oxegen like Glastonbury is taking a year off in 2012 and will be back (in) July 2013.
"Wishing everyone a very Happy Christmas & peaceful New Year. Keep rockin' in 2012 and we will see you in 2013."
Continue reading: Irish Music Festival Cancelled For 2012
Jessie J has revealed she had to have a bone transplant after breaking her foot and still has no idea when the injury will be fully healed.
Jessie J had to have a bone transplant after breaking her foot.
The 'Price Tag' singer injured herself when she jumped off stage during a concert rehearsal in June and she has revealed the break was so bad she had to have major reconstructive surgery.
She said: "I've had to have full reconstruction. I've had my bone taken out and someone else's put in. I hope they were a tap dancer."
Continue reading: Jessie J Needed Bone Transplant For Foot
Naas - 32 kilometres (20 miles) south of the capital Dublin - will play host to Queens Of The Stone Age, former STONE ROSES singer Ian Brown, Razorlight, Keane, The Killers, New Order, Death In Vegas, The Streets and other top acts from American and Britain.
The festival takes place over 9-10 July weekend in the town's Punchestown Racecourse.19/04/2005 17:24
American rockers Kings Of Leon have pulled out of performing at a concert in Serbia after drummer NATHAN FALLOWILL fell and hurt his wrist.
The MOLLY'S CHAMBERS rockers were playing at the Roskilde festival in Denmark on Saturday (03JUL04) when Fallowill slipped and caught his left wrist.
He is scheduled to see a doctor today (05JUL04) before a decision is made as to whether he's well enough to make the band's upcoming gigs.
Continue reading: Kings Of Leon Drummer Hurt
Oxegen which replaces the Irish favourite WITNNESS FESTIVAL, which will be held at the Punchestown Racecourse in NAAS on 10 and 11 July ( 04), subject to license.
Other bands are yet to be announced, but the tickets go on sale on 5 March (04), they cost 59.50 euros (GBP41) for one day, 110 euros (76) for two days and 130 euros (GBP90) for two days plus camping.24/02/2004 21:04
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