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Hard Working Class Heroes 2018 line-up announced

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The Hard Working Class Heroes 2018 line-up has been announced today including Pillow Queens, Bad Bones, Rosa Nutty and more.

Artists confirmed to play as part of HWCH 2018 festival line-up are:

LINEUP HWCH 2018

1000 Beasts

A. Smyth

AE MAK

Alan Finan

Awkward Z

Bad Bones

Beauty Sleep

Bicurious

Brenna Carroll

Chanele McGuinness

Crook

Damola

Darce

Evans Junior

Feather Beds

Flynn

Hand Models

Hunkpapa

I Have A Tribe

Jack O’ Rourke

Josh Gray

Joshua Burnside

Just Mustard

Kitt Philippa

Laoise

Leila Jane

Malojian

Maria Kelly

Molly Sterling

New Atlas

New Pagans

Ódú

Owen Denvir

Pearly

Pillow Queens

Roe

Rosa Nutty

Sam Wickens

Sean OB

Silverbacks

Sonja Sleator

Tadgh

The Wood Burning Savages

Thumper

Tim Chadwick

Tiz McNamara

TRUE TIDES

Wastefellow

Wild Youth

Xo Mo

Hard Working Class Heroes 2018 will take place in venues across Dublin (the Workmans Club, Tengu, Tramline, Doyle’s and the Grand Socail) from Thursday 27th to Saturday 29th September with an opening networking night followed by the live showcases which will take place across Friday and Saturday night.

Ticket info:

Tickets for Hard Working Class Heroes 2018 this September are on sale now via eventbrite.ie.

Delegate Ticket (Thursday, Friday & Saturday) €55 / Live Ticket (Friday & Saturday) €35

Conference Ticket (Thursday, Friday & Saturday) €25 / Live Ticket (Friday/Saturday) €25

Single Venue Ticket €12.50 (only available on the door at live music venues)

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