Swedish House Mafia gig stabbing: Man pleads guilty

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A man has pleaded guilty over a stabbing at a Swedish House Mafia gig.

The attack at Milton Keynes Bowl on 14 July last year injured three men and left one with a punctured lung.

Francis Brennan, 24, of Cavan Road, Liverpool, admitted wounding with intent, affray and possession of an offensive weapon - a knife - at Aylesbury Crown Court earlier.

He will be sentenced following the trial of two other men who entered not guilty pleas.

Jamie Jarvis, 25, of Cedar Grove, Maghull, Liverpool, admits affray but denies wounding with intent.

Stephen Lee, 30, of Carlake Grove, Liverpool, denies affray. Their trial is scheduled for 10 September.

Last summer's event was billed as the last UK concert by the dance music trio after they announced they were splitting up.

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