5 Jul 2005
Oakenfold / Happy Mondays Get Loaded 
Paul Oakenfold has just been added to the bill at Get Loaded in the Park. Having produced the Happy Mondays' third album 'Pills 'n' Thrills and Bellyaches' (with studio partner Steve Osbourne), Oakenfold helped carve the band a distinctively dance friendly sound, making the Mondays one of the most important bands of the late 80's / early 90's. Oakenfold also worked on classic tracks like 'Step On', 'Kinky Afro' and 'Loose Fit', and rather fittingly, he'll now be sharing the same stage as old pals Shaun Ryder & Bez, who themselves will be showcasing brand new Happy Mondays material.

DJs

Fatboy Slim
Armand Van Helden
Snow Patrol
Elbow
Mani
Clint Boon
Carl Barat

Live bands

Stereo MCs
The Farm
Flowered Up
Oceansize
The Infadels
New Rhodes
Amusement Parks on Fire
Apartment
Mohair
Ambershades

Advance tickets are now available priced 25.00 GBP from:

Ticketmaster [Tel: 08700 601801]
Keith Prowse [Tel: 08700 130 705]
See Tickets [Tel: 08712 200260]

Booking fees apply. Tickets are also available in person from selected Virgin Megastores and Tourist Information Centres nationwide.

www.getloadedinthepark.com

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