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Dublin's largest indoor music venue - The O2 - is facing a name change.
This news comes in the wake of news that Telefonica are to sell O2 Ireland to Three Ireland's owners, Hutchison Whampoa for €780 million.
O2 purchased the naming rights to the rebuilt Point Depot in 2008, paying Live Nation €25 million for a ten-year contract. But, as revealed this morning by Newstalk's Business Editor, Ian Guider, we could well be heading to gigs in the "3 Arena" or "3 Point" in the near future.
Looks like The O2 is no more. Chief executive of 3 Ireland tells @breakfastnt name will go once it takeover of O2 is approved.— Ian Guider (@ianguider) June 24, 2013
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