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Open Ear add J Colleran, Donal Dineen, Gadget & The Cloud plus more to their 2019 lineup

Open Ear add J Colleran, Donal Dineen, Gadget & The Cloud plus more to their 2019 lineup

Luke Sharkey

Open Ear music festival, taking place on Cork’s Sherkin Island, has been the source of much discussion and attention this year.

Although a small festival, Open Ear’s first announcement seriously impressed. As did the documentary they released detailing the festival’s hands on and audience orientated ethos.

Today, the festival has completed its lineup with additions including J Colleran, Donal Dineen, Gadget & The Cloud and many more.

Here’s the lineup.

See Also

Thursday Opening Party

    • Zeropunkt
    • Collision Objects
    • Gadget And The Cloud
    • Ordnance Survey
    • Donal Dineen

Weekend Performances

  • Garies
  • Radie Peat
  • Jennifer Walshe
  • Aaron Dilloway & Vicky Langan
  • J Colleran
  • Fran Hartnett
  • T-WOC
  • Woven Skull
  • Patrick Kelleher & His Cold Dead Hands
  • Maria Somerville
  • Prun
  • Bloom
  • S>>D
  • Club Comfort
  • Odd Ned
  • Eliza
  • Sias
  • Son Zept
  • 101 Beats Per Minute
  • Áine O’Dwyer
  • Michael Prime
  • Kate Butler
  • BB84
  • Bobofunk
  • Aoife O’Neill
  • Syn
  • Kenny Hanlon
  • Ocean Floor
  • Cáit
  • Safetyboy
  • Ebauche
  • Eliza
  • Bodycam
  • Belacqua
  • Static.
  • Tousist
  • Dylan Kerr
  • Aonghus McEvoy & School Tour
  • Lolz
  • Dabbledoo Ft.Amanda Feery & Everyone
  • DDR
  • The Digital Druids
  • Amisonics Ireland

As we said, an absolutely stacked lineup. Weekend tickets are on sale now at €165+ here.

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