- 27 Nov 19
The day-by-day schedules for the highly anticipated St. James' Church gigs have finally been revealed.
Ahead of Other Voices' return to Dingle this weekend (November 29 - December 1), the sold-out festival has revealed its full day-by-day schedules, as well as timetables for the Dingle Gin Music Trail and IMRO Other Room.
On Friday, St. James' Church will play host to Joy Crookes, Ye Vagabonds, The Murder Capital and Jafaris. Other highlights on the first night of the festival include God Knows, Denise Chaila and Breezy Ideygoke at Paul Geaney's Yard (11.30pm), poet Natalya O'Flaherty at John Benny's Pub (11.30pm) and Fehdah, Vulpynes and Somebody's Child at Nellie Fred's (11.30pm).
Whitney, Soak, Arlo Parks, Angie McMahon and Editors will all play St. James' Church on Saturday. You can also catch Gypsies On The Autobahn at McCarthy's Bar (4.30pm), Stephen James Smith at Curran's Bar (5pm), Tebi Rex at Paul Geaney's Yard (11.30pm) and Soda Blonde at Nellie Fred's (12.45am). Earlier in the day, IMRO's Other Room at Paul Geaney's Yard will see performances from Junior Brother (1pm), Anna Mieke (2pm), A. Smyth (3pm), Alex Gough (4pm) and Thumper (5pm).
Highlights of Sunday include sets from Rachel Lavelle at An Díseart (4pm), Bitch Falcon at Nellie Fred's (5pm), Daithí at Paul Geaney's Yard (6.30pm) and Mango & Tara Stewart at McCarthy's Bar (11.30pm). The Sunday Session at St. James' Church, kicking off at 7pm, will also feature performances from Brendan Begley, Rosie MacKenzie, Junior Brother, Sorcha Richardson and Anna Mieke.
Although the Dingle Gin Music Trail, After Dark and Ireland's Edge have now reached full capacity, you can still sign up for a place on a waitlist, in case of any cancellations, here.
You can also pick up your Music Trail wristbands, printed programmes and merch at the Other Voices Hub's new location on Bridge Street (beside Supervalu), open Thursday (6pm-8pm), Friday (2pm-10.30pm), Saturday (12pm-10.30pm) and Sunday (12pm-6pm).