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A 22 year old man appeared in court today charged in connection with a stabbing at a concert in the Phoenix Park. He faces five charges and was remanded in custody.
Raymond Donnan was arrested in Phoenix Park just before 10pm on Saturday night while attending the Swedish House Mafia concert.
He is accused of five offences: assault causing harm, violent disorder, producing a knife during a dispute, being intoxicated in public and breach of the peace under the public order act.
The alleged offences relate to the stabbing 28 year old Andrew England, a tourist from the Isle of Man, who was attending the concert with his girlfriend.
Mr England was stabbed 5 times, with one puncture wound to the back and four to the side, causing damage to his liver. He also needed stitches on his head and elbow.
Several people were injured in separate stabbing incidents at the concert.