Blindboy Boatclub and Martin Hayes among acts added to Cork music festival line-up

An upcoming music festival in Cork, has added more acts to its line-up.

It Takes A Village, which runs April 13-15 in Trabolgan Holiday Village, already had the likes of Young Fathers and Andrew Weatherall on the bill.

Organisers have just announced that Gloaming frontman Martin Hayes, Dublin neo-folkies Lankum and Irish electronic maestro Shit Robot will also play the weekender.

Blindboy Boatclub will do his hugely popular podcast from the event, while one of the interesting cross-genre collaborations will feature author Kevin Barry joining forces Irish electronic music pioneer Roger Doyle.

Martin Hayes

All Tier 1 tickets are now sold out, as are many of the Tier 2 options.

Tier 3 tickets go on sale on February 7 here. There are payment plan options currently on sale, where people can avail of a 25% deposit on houses only; this option jumps to 50% deposit on February 1.

The music lineup so far is:

  • Young Fathers;
  • Andrew Weatherall;
  • Martin Hayes & Steve Cooney;
  • Talos;
  • Fujiya & Miyagi;
  • Fish Go Deep;
  • Brian Deady;
  • The Altered Hours;
  • Lankum;
  • The Blindboy Podcast;
  • Booka Brass;
  • Shit Robot;
  • Roger Doyle;
  • The Jimmy Cake;
  • Le Boom;
  • Oh Pep!;
  • Donal Dineen;
  • John Daly;
  • Bitch Falcon;
  • Nialler9;
  • Seamus Fogarty;
  • Cian Finn;
  • Sunday Times;
  • Kevin Barry;
  • Sim Simma;
  • Saint Sister;
  • Stevie G;
  • Marc O'Reilly;
  • Ye Vagabonds;
  • Bantum;
  • John Blek;
  • Slow Moving Clouds;
  • Bon Voyage;
  • My Name Is John;
  • David Keenan;
  • Fixity;
  • Céilí Allstars;
  • Bad Bones;
  • Shookrah;
  • Anna Mieke;
  • Ryan Vail;
  • Strength NIA;
  • Lilla Vargen;
  • Super Silly;
  • Jus Me;
  • Spekulativ Fiktion;
  • Rowan;
  • Crevice;
  • Ghostking Is Dead;
  • DJ Scope;
  • Disco E Cultura;
  • Bellyman;
  • Bocs Social;
  • A Cow In The Water;
  • Prof Ruff Chuff + Fyahred + Benji Revelation.


By Denise O’Donoghue

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