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Here’s a list of the Irish acts playing Glastonbury this year

Here’s a list of the Irish acts playing Glastonbury this year

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The daddy festival of them all – Glastonbury is back this weekend. Not only is it one of the biggest and most impactful legacy festivals which attracts the biggest names and a huge amount of people, 210,000 this year, as Louise Bruton points out in her excellent Legless In Dublin newsletter this week, it’s a festival that has long been showing other organisers how to do access right (with over 4000 disabled attendees catered and facilitated for).

Headliners this year include Arctic Monkeys, Elton John, Lizzo and Guns ‘n’ Roses but any seasoned Glasto visitor knows that the topline is usually the least interesting on the bill. Looking at the timetable, the likes of Black Country, New Road, Candi Staton, Kelis, Christine and the Queens, Caroline Polachek, UMO, Charlotte Adigéry & Bolis Pupul and Sudan Archives, Confidence Man (DJ Set), Earl Sweatshirt and Joy Anonymous are some recommendations.

See the full list of acts playing.

But who are the Irish acts flying the flag?

This year’s Glastonbury has a healthy Irish contingent on the main stages, and I’ve compiled a list below.

There’s always more than the official list playing but this is who we’ve seen listed so far, you can always drop us a line at [email protected] if you know of any we missed.

Here’s a list of Irish and Northern Irish acts to look out for.

See Also
Glastonbury

  • Dermot Kennedy
  • Hozier
  • CMAT
  • The Murder Capital
  • John Francis Flynnn
  • The Mary Wallopers
  • Glen Hansard
  • Annie Mac
  • The Saw Doctors
  • Gavin James
  • The Sharon Shannon Trio
  • Clare Sands
  • Gilbert O’Sullivan
  • Kettama
  • Saoirse
  • Max Cooper
  • Or:la
  • Acid Granny
  • The Love Buzz
  • Ezra Williams
  • Ailbhe Reddy
  • Cara Dillon
  • DC FSLMan (Dàire Carolan)
  • Daniel Luke
  • Dogs (Nick Kelly and Sean Millar)
  • Conor L
  • Winnie Ama
  • Bird on the Wire 

Did we miss any? Let us know on Twitter or Insta.

Here’s last year’s list.


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