- 08 Dec 22
Day tickets for Friday, Saturday or Sunday are available from tomorrow, according to the Ticketmaster website.
Indiependence Music & Arts Festival has announced its full-line up across three days for next summer, with pop at the forefront.
The annual event in Mitchelstown, Cork is set to be headlined by Irish chart-toppers The Coronas on Friday, Essex pop star Anne-Marie on Saturday and Northern Irish indie-pop trio Two Door Cinema Club on the Sunday.
The 2023 edition will take place on the August bank holiday from Friday, 4 August to Sunday, 6 August inclusive.
The Cork festival, which has been operating since 2006, returned last year after a three-year absence due to the pandemic, adding to its site a 2,000 capacity dance arena.
Indiependence has previously hosted the likes of Editors, Manic Street Preachers, The Kooks and Ocean Colour Scene, as well as rappers Public Enemy and plenty of popular Irish acts.
Also featured high on Friday's bill are popular Irish electro act King Kong Company plus fellow dancefloor operators Belters Only, making the opening day of the festival a fairly dance-heavy one - not that we're complaining.
Saturday also gives top billing to Dublin indie-rock band Inhaler, British DJ Jax Jones and London pop star Raye alongside closing act Anne-Marie.
While on Sunday, headliners Two Door Cinema Club will be joined by Irish DJ and former Radio 1 mainstay Annie Mac, plus Cork ballad maker and TikTok superstar Cian Ducrot.
The summer staple will also feature the likes of Irish indie-pop rockers Ham SandwicH, Nell Mescal, British house veterans Adelphi Music Factory, alt-pop singer Fya Fox and loads more.
The festival is an over-18s event, with usual ID requirements set to apply.
Tickets to Indiependence 2023 are on sale now via Ticketmaster, with weekend camping and non-camping tickets currently available. Day tickets for Friday, Saturday or Sunday are available from tomorrow, according to the Ticketmaster website.
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