Irish Festivals

12 acts you must see @ Electric Picnic

As the return of Electric Picnic approaches to Stradbally for the first time in three…

12 live acts you must see at @ All Together Now Festival

OK, OK, OK. It’s now truly festival week. It’s only four days until the fields…

8 unique experiences @ All Together Now Festival

The excitement is building with a week to go until we return to Curraghmore House…

AVA Festival: 9 DJ sets to get you hyped for the Belfast electronic weekender

AVA Festival is now only three weekends away. As the Belfast festival moves to its…

All Together Now: the dance & electronic acts we can’t wait to see this summer

After highlighting the significant clutch of Irish acts descending on Curraghmore, Co. Waterford for All…

Invest in your music career this January at Music Minds in Doolin

January is a good time for self-care and self-improvement and if you’re a musician, producer,…

Vantastival are now accepting submissions from performing musicians for 2020 festival

The festival is eager to pick the best up & coming Irish musicians for its 2020 instalment.

Irish music tech festival Music Minds returns to Doolin Hotel in January 2020

A newcomer to Ireland’s music festival ecology in 2019, Music Minds is a festival operating…

All Together Now: the good, the bad and the traffic

Year two at Curraghmore House for the festival was both special and frustrating.

Prizm are a new Dublin electronic duo who are involved in a special event at All Together Now this weekend

Sponsored content: The electronic duo have been cooking up an immersive & intriguing experience in partnership with Coca Cola Ireland for those headed to All Together Now.

10 Irish acts to see at this year’s All Together Now

Our top Irish picks for those headed down to All Together Now this weekend.

Electric Picnic unveil Casa Bacardi lineup featuring Mark Knight, Detroit Swindle, Jasper James & many more

One of Stradbally’s most revered stages lays its cards on the table.

10 highlights from Body & Soul Festival 2019

Our standout acts from the 10th year of the festival in Ballinlough.

Sounds From A Safe Harbour will now take place over 6 days and include Caoimhín Ó Raghallaigh, Rosie Carney & more

Plus, the Cork debut of acclaimed dance performance Teac Damsa Swan Lake / Loch na hEal.

The Nialler9 guide to Irish Music Festivals in 2019

From the glitter sparkled antics of Longitude through the considered curation of Sounds From A Safe Harbour, here’s what’s going on in 2019.

Here’s 7 acts you really can’t miss at Forbidden Fruit on Bank Holiday Monday

The beauty of hosting a festival over the bank holiday weekend, like Forbidden Fruit are…

10 Irish acts to see at this year’s Forbidden Fruit Festival

Forbidden Fruit is fast approaching. The May bank holiday is just a week away and…

Body & Soul reveal 50 new acts for 2019 lineup including The Black Lips, Mashrou’ Leila, Æ Mak & more

These new additions join an already stacked bill for the festival’s 10th anniversary.

Beatyard announce Groove Armada, Chvrches, Jungle & more for first wave of 2019 lineup

The Dun Laoghaire festival returns on the 3rd and 4th of August.