- 28 May 19
Other Voices is also showcasing a series of free gigs at the Bullitt Hotel.
Fantastic acts such as Snow Patrol, The Academic, ROE and Joshua Burnside have been announced to perform for Other Voices 2019 in the vibrant city of Belfast.
The festival will take place for three days from June 14-16 and will anchor an array of musical and cultural events.
The line-up will perform at the Duncairn Centre for Culture and Arts with Snow Patrol playing a special and intimate acoustic gig.
There will be a screening of the musical project Borders by Derry based electronic musician and producer Ryan Vail and neo-classical, multi-instrumentalist ELMA ORKESTRA.
Tickets for Other Voices will be allocated through media and social media competitions. To find out more, visit their website here.
Belfast last hosted the live music series back in 2017 and Philip King, director of Other Voices is "delighted" for its certain to "one of the worlds great musical cities."
“We are honoured to work again with our friends at The Duncairn in north Belfast to use the power of music, creativity and ideas to bring people together and to guide us all towards a better future," he continued. "The event is made possible by the support of Belfast City Council, The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (Reconciliation Fund) and RTE."
On the Rooftop and Courtyard of the Bullitt Hotel, Other Voices is presenting a series of late night gigs with alternative rock band New Pagans, electronic musician Herb Magee, Indie rock band Hot Cops and Belfast DJ Marion Hawks.
No tickets or registration is required for these gigs, operating on a first-come, first-serve basis.