Stormzy will headline Friday night at Longitude.
2016 saw Stormzy transform into one of the biggest male solo acts on the planet. Gang Signs & Prayer, his blistering UK No.1 debut album, has already been declared as record of the year by many critics. Stormzy will bring his incendiary live show to Marlay Park on Friday night.
Joining Stormzy on Friday night are breakout stars of the past year Picture This.
Then on Saturday 15, The Weeknd leads the line up. His fourth full-length album Starboy shattered records across the world on its release, setting new all-time Spotify World Records for “The Most Streamed Artist in a Single Day” with over 40 million streams and “The Most Streamed Album First Week” globally. Dominating charts around the globe, the album captured the #1 spot in 90 countries on iTunes in its first week.
Joining The Weeknd on Saturday is 2016 Mercury Music Prize winner Skepta.
Mumford & Sons will take to the main stage as Sunday night headliners. The Grammy Award winners will be bringing their Gentlemen of the Road Stopover to Marlay Park, presenting their personally curated Sunday line up of some of today’s biggest new bands, before bringing the night to a close with an unmissable headline performance.
UK singer songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Jack Garratt will play Sunday night.
Joining the above acts across the weekend are Brit Award winners Catfish & The Bottlemen, festival favorite Kaytranada returns to Longitude, Indie rockers Glass Animals, rap star Mac Miller, MC, producer and DJ Wiley, Icelandic rock bandKaleo, dream pop sensation Dua Lipa, German folk group Milky Chance, Tom Misch returns to Ireland following his sold out Workman’s Club show, London hip hop act Loyle Carner, French duo Her, solo singer Raye, Afro-Western group The Very Best, new soul star Jorja Smith Senegalese singer and guitarist Baaba Maal, folk musician Lucy Rose and teen prodigy Rex Orange County.