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Night and Day festival announces first lineup names for 2024

Night and Day festival announces first lineup names for 2024


Night and Day has announced Damien Dempsey, Susan O’Neill, Ash, and The Undertones to play Night and Day 2024

Night And Day has announced its dates and first names for the festival to take place from. 28 to 30 June 2024 in Lough Key Forest Park, Roscommon, near Carrick-On-Shannon.

Damien Dempsey, Susan O’Neill, Ash, The Undertones, The 4 of Us, I Have at Tribe, Gemma Hayes, and Frank and Walters are first names on the bill this year.

UK cover band The Mersey Beatles will headline on Friday June 28th, to welcome ticketholders to the arena.

The festival, which takes place between 28 and 30 of June, allows attendees to explore the beautiful grounds and campsite at Lough Key Forest Park, Co Roscommon. Families will also be able to avail of the on-site activities such as zip-lining courses, tree-top walks.

The festival is a strictly over-20s event but also caters to families with lots of family-focused activities available at the cultural site

“The 2024 programme reflects our ongoing commitment to champion artists from across the island of Ireland. As a truly independent festival, we can dive into less commercial sounds and scenes.  We have the freedom to shine a spotlight on emerging and lesser-known artists while at the same time celebrating some more established and influential acts

Festival Director Brendan Hurley: 

Early bird tickets for Night and Day are on sale now at

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