Longitude 2017 descends upon Marlay Park in Dublin this weekend (Friday, July 14th – Sunday, July 16th). With only days to go, TLMT has delved deep and come up with it’s Guide To Longitude 2017. See below for the full run down, Spotify playlist and stage times.
BARQ – Friday: 2.30pm
Stormzy – Friday: 9.30pm
King of Grime headlines Friday at Longitude 2017.
Skepta – Saturday: 8pm
Acclaimed hip-hop artist touring his 2006 album Konnichiwa.
The Weekend – Saturday: 9.30pm
Canadian alt. R&B hit maker the Weekend is Saturday’s Longitude main stage headliner.
Aine Cahill – Sunday: 2 pm
Rising Irish singer-songwriter.
Glass Animal – Sunday: 5.45pm
Explosive London-based electro-pop outfit return to Dublin.
Raye – Friday: 3.30pm
Raye makes her Longitude festival debut this Friday.
Columbia Mills – Saturday: 2pm
Local indietronica outfit opens the Heineken stage on Saturday.
Pusha T – Saturday: 4 pm
All-conquering American rapper.
Jorja Smith – Sunday: 4 pm
British neo-soul artist and one to watch.
Villagers – Sunday: 6.30pm
One of the country’s greatest songwriters.
Bitch Falcon – Friday: 4.45pm
Hard hitting post-grunge trio.
Wyvern Lingo – Friday: 8.30pm
Wyvern Lingo headlines the Whelan’s stage at Longitude 2017 this Friday night.
The Head and The Heart – Saturday: 8.30pm
American indie-folk outfit comes to Dublin this Saturday.
Lucy Rose – Sunday: 5.45pm
Folk artist Lucy Rose makes her Longitude 2017 appearance on the Whelan’s stage this Sunday.
Karen Elson – Sunday: 8.15pm
Karen Elson tours her recent sophomore album Double Roses with a set at Longitude on Sunday night.
Spudgun – Friday
Off-kilter psych-rock group.
No Monster Club – Saturday
The mad scientist of Irish indie-pop.
CC Brez – Sunday
Funk/R&B artist CC Brez comes to the Dirty Old Town Speakeasy at Longitude 2017 this Sunday.
Longitude 2017 music festival will take place this summer in Marlay Park, Dublin on Friday, July 14th to Sunday, July 17th. For more information on this year’s event visit longitude.ie.