The Killruddery House festival returns on July 7 & 8.
Those wisest of New York guys, Fun Lovin' Criminals, and M People vocalist Heather Smalls have been confirmed as the first headlining turns at this year's Groove Festival in Bray. Joining them are HamsandwicH who played an absolute stormer a few years back at Electric Picnic, The Riptide Movement, Something Happens and Kila with lots more to be added over the coming weeks.
The new Live Lounge will be home to the Culture Vulture series of pop culture events and the Hardy Har Comedy Club hosted by Adam Burke.
Groove-goers can also look forward to, "A magical world in the woods of circus magicians and acrobats, pirates looking for treasure, a dark Queen looking for the a fairy princess and a mad scientist trying to make them all disappear… Wondrous shows to make your hair stand on end."
Ticket information is as follows:
· Adult day tickets (Saturday / Sunday) €59.50 + booking fee €4.50
· Adult weekend tickets €99.50 + booking fee €6.50
· Teen (16-17) day tickets €24.50 + booking fee €4.00
· Teen (16-17) weekend tickets €49.00 + booking fee €4.00
· Children day tickets (under 16) €8.50 + booking fee €2.50
· Children weekend tickets (under16) €17.00 + booking fee €3.00
· Family day tickets (2 adults & 3 children) €127.00 + booking fee €8.00
· Family weekend tickets (2 adults & 3 children) €216.00 + booking fee
All attendees under 18 must be accompanied by an adult. Group tickets are available for groups of 10 or more and can be booked directly at [email protected] Groups of 10 or more can save on the applicable booking fees.
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