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Event Name:The Oxford Street Party
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Venue Name:Big Top At Victoria Park
Venue Address:Sir Raymond Huish Drive, Rockhampton QLD
Recommended Age:Ages 16+
Ticket Price:$60 - $85
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The Oxford Street Party – Rockhampton

For the fifth consecutive year, The Oxford Street Party held in Rockhampton will host some of Australia’s hottest acts.

Indie folk-rock band and Triple J favourites Boy & Bear, Sydney-based electro lunatics Bluejuice and chart-topping Aussie hip hop artist Drapht will take the stage on December 30, alongside street party favourites the Stafford Brothers and a contingent of local artists.

After sold-out crowds for the last four years organisers are pleased to announce some exciting changes in 2011! For the first time in 2011, the Oxford Street Party will be a 16+ event allowing a younger crowd to engage with the amazing live acts on offer. The event will also be moved to a new location to be held under a big top tent at Victoria Park on the River.

Taking place on Friday the 30th of December this gathering of sounds will be sure to put the taste of summer in your mouth with some of Australia’s best live and dj acts rocking the lid off Central Queensland.

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