More music and entertainment for the festival – including Super Extra Bonus Party, The Spikes and Hot Sprockets.
The people behind Castle Palooza, Cherrycool Promotions, have announced new acts for the boutique festival, which takes place on August 1 and 2 in Charleville Castle, Tullamore.
The 2,500 ticket holders will enjoy a weekend of music, entertainment and art.
The acts announced for the two main music stages are:
Super Extra Bonus Party, 202s, Skibunny, The Lowly Knights, Toy Horses, Scribble Sound System, The Hot Sprockets, So Cow, Yngve & the Innocent, Hogan, Land Lovers, Lauren Guillery, The Spikes, Angel Pier and Not Squares.
These acts join the likes of previously announced artists David Kitt, R.S.A.G., Channel One, Dark Room Notes and Noise Control.
The entertainment will span into a whole range of activities including live performances of the Rocky Horror Picture Show, crafternoon tea (which we're assuming is tea + crafts!) and Castle Palooza's party bus.
Two-day tickets including camping are €89, but Castle Palooza are also offering special camping experiences for those that want something a little bit different.
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