Other Voices returns to the town of Cardigan in Wales this year from October 26th to 28th and has announced its acts for the main stage and its music trial.
Yard Act, Colm Mac Con Iomaire and King Creosote have been added to play St Mary’s Church at Other Voices Cardigan along with previously announced acts Adwaith, Cerys Hafana, Sans Soucis and Susan O’Neill.
19 Music Trail acts have also been added:
- Cáit Ní Riain
- Catrin Finch & Aoife Ní Bhriain
- Ceitidh Mac
- Dionne Bennett
- Edie Bens
- Gráinne Hunt
- Lowri Evans
- Mari Mathias
- Natasha Watts
- Simon Whitehead
- Sywel Nyw
- Teddy Hunter
The main acts performances from St Mary’s Church. will be streamed online live.
Previous Music trail acts include eelsh artists, Angharad, Climbing Trees, Dead Method, Gwilym Bowen Rhys, HMS Morris, Mace The Great, Mali Hâf, MELLT, Minas, Samana, Tara Bandito, plus rish counterparts amy michelle, Chalk, Fia Moon, Joshua Burnside, Lemoncello, Les SalAmandas, Mount Palomar, Scustin, Seba Safe, and Uly.
In addition to its inspirational programme of live music, Other Voices Cardigan will also present Clebran, a compelling and provocative curated series of discussion events that will explore and celebrate the enduring cultural ties between Ireland and Wales.
Early booking weekend wristbands, giving access to the festival events, are available now priced at £25, rising to £35 on 1st October.
Full details on line-up and tickets are available at Othervoices.ie.
Other Voices Cardigan is produced by South Wind Blows in partnership with Mwldan and Triongl and made possible thanks to the support and investment of Welsh Government and The Department of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media. The performances will be filmed by Triongl for later broadcast on S4C and RTÉ.