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- Posted:Wednesday, July 14, 2010
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Book a Prague hostel for the Open Air Festival
It takes place on August 12th to the 14th and a hostel in Prague could be the perfect place to stay before you go and witness the music, or even afterwards.
There is a star-studded line-up on show which could please those thinking of attending.
Dance music fans might be delighted to see that Faithless sit at the top of the bill, followed by Royksopp and Sunshine, as well as MC Conrad on the Friday (August 13th).
Kasabian are the main headliners on the main stage on the Saturday with the Kissaway Trail and Richard Muller also performing afterwards.
The Leicester-band recently performed at T in the Park in Scotland, which also featured a range of top acts such as Eminem, Muse, The Prodigy and The Black Eyed Peas.
Basing yourself in a Prague hostel might be the best thing to do because the transport from the Czech capital to the Open Air Festival venue in Panensky Tynec is described by the organisers as "a piece of cake".
And the organisers noted that Panensky Tynec is "well known in Czech republic as a place with magical healing power, which spews from local unfinished gothic cathedral".
They added: "On the outskirts of the village there are many interesting historical places to visit."
People who fancy soaking off before checking out the musical entertainment might like a dip in the lido, which is nearby.
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