Belfast is the latest city to welcome Other Voices when it lands later this month for a few dats around a three-day programme of music, creativity and technology in conjuction with Digital DNA, the 174 Trust and Duncairn Centre for Culture and Arts.

OV Belfast takes place October 26 to 28 with performances at The Other Voices Stage at The Duncairn on the 28th from Beoga, Jealous of the Birds, Picture This, Rosie Carney and Touts. The show will be recorded by Other Voices for broadcast on both BBC and RTE television.

Tickets for The Other Voices Stage will only be available through local media and online competitions, details of which will be announced shortly on Othervoices.ie and at @OtherVoices on Facebook and @OtherVoicesLive on Twitter and Instagram.

The weekend also features featuring

Oct 26 & 27: The Digital DNA Creative Quarter at various venues:

schools, youth and community organisations from across Belfast will come together to take part in four events as part of the Digital DNA Creative Quarter, showcasing the power of community through the mediums of music and technology. These innovative, inclusive events will feature speakers and workshops with some of the biggest names in digital, technology and the creative industries including Catalyst Inc., Techies in Residence and Speed Motion.

Oct 28: The Belfast Edge at The Duncairn

A conference that aims to create discourse and collision of ideas around creativity, culture, technology, education and investment policies, firmly placing creativity at the centre of all policy-making and practice. The Belfast Edge is an extension of Ireland’s Edge, which takes place in Dingle, West Kerry, every year during Other Voices. The line-up of speakers and facilitators will be announced shortly. Tickets are free but registration required.

Other Voices Belfast is made possible by the support and investment of Belfast City Council, the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Creative Ireland, BBC Northern Ireland, RTÉ and Tourism Northern Ireland.

Posted on October 12th, 2017

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Longitude Festival returns to Marlay Park from 14 – 16 July this year and after this morning’s announcement of Mumford And Sons’ curated lineup we know have some more names including The Weeknd, Skepta, Kaytranada and Dua Lipa.

Mumford & Sons will headline the Sunday, The Weeknd will headline Saturday.  Friday 14th headliner will be announced next week.

Announced:

  • The Weeknd
  • Mumford & Sons (Gentlemen Of The Road Longitude Takeover)
  • Skepta
  • Picture This
  • Catfish & The Bottlemen
  • Jack Garratt
  • Kaytranada
  • Glass Animals
  • Mac Miller
  • Wiley
  • Kaleo
  • Dua Lipa
  • Milky Chance
  • Tom Misch (Live)
  • Loyle Carner
  • Her
  • Raye
  • The Very Best
  • Jorja Smith
  • Baaba Maal
  • Lucy Rose
  • Rex Orange Country

Tickets

Weekend tickets €189.50 / Two Day Tickets: €129.50 / Day tickets €69.50 

All ticket prices are inclusive of booking fee

Tickets available On Sale 9am Friday 10th March from Ticketmaster.

Presale Tickets

Three customers can get their hands on Longitude tickets before anyone else
Presale tickets go on sale at www.three.ie/plus March 8th at 9am, 48hours before general release.

Posted on March 1st, 2017

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