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news EXCLUSIVE BY PAUL MARTIN
may Witnness Oasis...
and the Foo Fighters are set to rock the Witnness
Festival this summer, the Irish Mirror
of the super two-day event is being kept top secret
until the official launch party tonight. But the Irish
Mirror has learned details of the huge acts that have
been lined up for the marathon event at Fairyhouse
Racecourse in Co Meath on July 13 and 14.
show insider said last night: "At this stage it looks
like the Chemical Brothers and the Foo Fighters
will headline the Saturday night show and No Doubt
and Oasis will star on Sunday. There will be no official
announcement that Oasis are coming to the bash on
Thursday night because they haven't signed up and
confirmed yet. But they are the big target to close
the largest music festival of the year."
source went on: "It's at the stage now where contracts
could soon be signed and it could be all go for Oasis
to perform in Ireland. They are performing at the
T In The Park festival in Scotland the night
before and could fly into Ireland on Sunday to headline
Most of the star-studded line up will be revealed
at the exclusive VIP bash at the Guinness Store
House tonight. But organisers have no intentions
of revealing their negotiations with Oasis at this
60,000 fans are expected to flock to the event which
has starred Travis, The Stereophonics and Texas
in the past.
Last year thousands of fans braved swamp-like conditions
to camp overnight at the racecourse venue and soak
up the festival atmosphere.
show insider added: "This year's festival is going
to be the biggest ever and if Oasis agree to play
then it's going to be incredible. Every major rock
act wants to be a part of Witnness - this is Ireland's
equivalent to Glastonbury. Even if Oasis change their
mind and don't make it over there's going to be an
impressive list of stars."
Witnness organisers were keeping the line-up a closely
guarded secret as the prepared for the launch party.
A spokeswoman said: "We can't give anything away until
the launch party. It will remain a secret. What we
can say is that there is going to be an incredible
lineup of top stars and this year's festival is going
to be the best so far."
source close to Oasis said: "They are definitely up
for an Irish gig. Initially the plan was for them
to do Slane but the dates don't work out for it. They
could do a stadium concert at somewhere like Lansdowne
Road. But the lads like playing festivals because
there is always a great atmosphere. They love Ireland
and always have a great time when they come over."