We’ve just released more additions to Groove Festival’s already rocking line up, which will play host to over 25 acts across two stages.
Ireland’s hottest new band Hudson Taylor, music supremos Jerry Fish and Hothouse Flowers, all take to the main stage over the two day festival alongside headliners; UB40, the world’s most successful reggae band featuring Ali, Astro & Mickey plus British rock sensation, Primal Scream.
The Sony Xperia Stage will feature a line up of the most exciting new talent on the music scene, curated by Turning Pirate who offer vast experience in the local and international music industry.
Primal Scream are a British rock band originally formed in 1982 in Glasgow by Bobby Gillespie
Dynamic Irish duo Alfie and Harry will bring their energetic live show to Groove Festival this summer.
A Dublin native who has collaborated with a diverse array of other artists including Irvine Welsh, Speech Debelle, Micah P. Hinson and DJ Yoda.
A highly charismatic performer who refuses to countenance audiences having anything but a good time.
Tullamore group Chasing Abbey bring a unique pop, dance and hip-hop style to the fore.
Based in Dublin and Wicklow, this exciting band have shaped their musical style with a guitar driven sounds and emphasis on electronic foundations.
The world’s most successful reggae band returns to Irish shores this August at Groove Festival
A Celtic Rock Band from Wexford who fuse modern rock with traditional Irish pipes and whistles to create a lively and exciting live experience.
Something amazing happens when Hothouse Flowers step onto the stage – shaped by over thirty years of singing and playing all over the world, yet no two shows have ever been the same!
Ireland’s favourite 80s tribute band.
Blending sounds of funk and blues with a raucous cacophony of powerful driving rhythms, Stomptown Brass are a 10-piece urban street-funk band not to be missed!
Na Fianna continue to transcend generational barriers with their unique interpretation of Ireland’s rich heritage through storytelling and song
Known as an Irish fiddle player, Daithi has been using electronics to boost traditional Irish music into something unique and different.
From a debut EP of lo-fi bedroom funk pop to last year’s subtle, affecting ‘Trophy’, Katie Laffan delights in taking […]
Farah Elle is a songwriter with an alternative pop sound influenced by an eclectic taste of genres; from hiphop to R&B and ska, while featuring Arabian echoes from her Libyan background.
A group of multi-instrumentalists that deliver a performance built on raucous gang vocals, sweat and the fluid swapping of instruments throughout.
“Epic sound, one of the best new bands. It would be foolish not to expect bigger things for The Hidden Revolution” MCR Music
Dublin based singer-songwriter whose deeply personal heart-on-her-sleeve lyrics and a memorable voice lingers with you long after your first taste
Jamie is a singer/songwriter from Dublin. Jamie is a musician whom makes his presence felt on stage by creating an energetic, […]
Acclaimed independent guitarist and singer-songwriter.
An amazing ska-pop band with their second album in the final stages of production and due for release over the summer.
CARRON are an Indie-Folk duo from Dublin, led by the sisters Meabh and Mella Carron.
6pc band from Dublin, Ireland
Whether performing his startlingly honest ballads solo or driving Spectorish rock with his band, Jack’s plaintive baritone, ethereal falsetto and piano are core
Bigger and better than before, Bocs Social are quickly becoming Ireland’s best live ska band.
Dublin based solo project artist, Niamh Parkinson. Her musical style is considered Avant-garde, shown through her classically trained voice with idiosyncratic tendencies in her music.
Watch this space for updates on the Groove Lineup