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It Takes A Village announces first wave of acts for 2020 festival

It Takes A Village announces first wave of acts for 2020 festival

Luke Sharkey

Today, It Takes A Village has announced the first wave of acts for its 2020 festival in Trabolgan Holiday Village, Cork.

Taking place between May 8th-10th, the festival’s headliners include House stalwart Joe Clausell – who will be performing alongside Fish Go Deep for a marathon 6-hour set. Scary Eire return down Leeside way for the first time since their much-romanticised gig in Sir Henry’s.

Junior Brother, Pillow Queens, TPM, Cherym represent the emerging generation of Irish talent on the roster.

Ticket sales are open now. The price ranges from €154-€229 per person, remember that this includes three nights of accommodation in either a house or a Caravan.

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For more ticket information, head on over here.

    Full Lineup

  • Joe Clausell & Fishgodeep (6hr Set)
  • Mad Professor
  • Romare (Live)
  • Scary Éire
  • Altin Gün
  • Junior Brother
  • Pillow Queens
  • Gay Future With Eddie Kay & Raf Daddy (The 2 Bears)
  • Bantum, God Knows & Denise Chaila
  • TPM
  • Happyness
  • Lynks Afrikka
  • Vicky Langan
  • Cherym
  • Percolator
  • Alex Gough
  • The Mary Wallopers
  • Efa O’neill
  • Club Comfort With Roo Honeychild, Selky, Baliboc
  • Caoilian Sherlock
  • Rising Damp

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