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Summer Sonic Osaka 2017

  • Maishima Sports Island, Osaka, Japan
  • 19-20 Augustus 2017
Summer Sonic Osaka 2017
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Summer Sonic is one of Japan's most famous music festivals. Held in two of the country's biggest cities across one weekend, the Osaka leg takes place on the man-made Hiashima Sports Island in the city's famous bay.

Since the debut edition at the turn of the century – which featured performances from Green Day and Coldplay – the festival has welcomed some of music's biggest names to Japanese shores, including Stevie Wonder, Oasis, Jay Z and last year's headliners Radiohead.

Calvin Harris, Sum 41, Justice and Liam Gallagher have already been announced for 2017, with many more names still to be announced for the spectacular musical celebration.

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Maishima Sports Island is a man-made island in Osaka Bay, which is home to an array of sports facilities including an athletics centre, tennis centre and baseball stadium. 


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Maishima Sports Island, Osaka, Japan

FAQs

BY PLANE: 

From Osaka Itami Airport, take a bus to Universal Studios. This is around 2.5 miles from Maishima Sports Island, so a taxi will take around 5 minutes and should cost £10-£15.

From Kansai Airport, take a train to either Tengachaya or Bentencho. From there a taxi to the festival should take around 10 minutes and cost £20-£30.

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