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From TheJournal.ie Bring me your weapons: Dublin councillor announces knife amnesty Phoenix Park

Bring me your weapons: Dublin councillor announces knife amnesty

Meanwhile the Minister for Social Protection has called for an investigation into what happened at the Phoenix Park on Saturday, where nine people were stabbed at a gig.

From TheJournal.ie Phoenix Park: Shatter promises 'developments' in event security licensing Phoenix Park

Phoenix Park: Shatter promises 'developments' in event security licensing

The Justice Minister has said that he’s concerned about the “series of disturbing incidents” which took place on Saturday night.

From TheJournal.ie Phoenix Park stabbings: Man charged over attacks at concert Attacks

Phoenix Park stabbings: Man charged over attacks at concert

Nine people were injured in a series of knife attacks at the Swedish House Mafia concert on Saturday night.

From TheJournal.ie MCD issues statement after stabbings at Phoenix Park concert Phoenix Park

MCD issues statement after stabbings at Phoenix Park concert

Nine people were stabbed at last night’s gig. MCD has expressed its disappointment at a ‘small number’ engaging in anti-social behaviour.

MCD warns concert goers to bring their wellies to the Phoenix Park

Tonight’s Snoop Dogg and Swedish House Mafia show is now sold out, and with 50,000 people heading along, it’s going to be muddy.

From TheJournal.ie The 5 at 5: Wednesday 5 At 5

The 5 at 5: Wednesday

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Punchestown chair disappointed over Oxegen but insists festival will be back

David Mongey insists the festival has only been postponed till 2013 after it was announced it would not take place next year.

Poll: Will you miss Oxegen in 2012? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Will you miss Oxegen in 2012?

The annual music fest has been cancelled for this year. Does this bother you?

Oxegen cancelled next year - but organisers say it will be back in 2013

A local councillor said the decision to cancel the event at Punchestown Racecourse in Co Kildare next year was a “terrible loss” for the area.

Oxegen organisers deny festival is moving to Phoenix Park

A newspaper report that the music festival is swapping Punchestown for the Park has been denied by organisers.

Oxegen voted Europe's best music festival by leading management consultants

The Punchestown festival beat out the likes of Glastonbury and the V Festival to take the top spot among 64 events across Europe.

Support acts confirmed for Kings of Leon's 2011 Slane gig

The Tennessee familial fourpiece will be joined by Elbow, Thin Lizzy, White Lies, Mona and the Whigs next month.

Coldplay lead selection of star acts at Oxegen 2011

The London four-piece will play Ireland’s largest festival for the first time in eight years, alongside Foo Fighters and The Strokes.

FESTIVAL ORGANISERS MCD have confirmed the Foo Fighters as the first headline act for next year’s Oxegen Festival. The Seattle-based rockers are the first act announced for next year’s Punchestown showpiece, with frontman Dave Grohl saying he was looking forward to playing his band’s new album, a “festival album”, in front of a live audience. ‘Early bird’ tickets for next year’s festival go on sale this Wednesday.