Other Voices 2019 second wave of acts announced including Editors, Joy Crookes & more

Other Voices 2019 continues to take shape with the addition of more acts including Editors, Joy Crookes & more.

Today’s acts confirmed to play St. James Church in Dingle next month feature Editors, Joy Crookes, Ye Vagabonds & Arlo Parks. While new additions to the IMRO Other Room will include Anna Mieke, A. Smyth, Junior Brother and Thumper.

New additions to the Dingle Gin Music Trail. See below for the full line-up.

Acts already confirmed for the church are Whitney, Jafaris, Soak, The Murder Capital & Angie McMahon. While artists already announced for the Music trail include Soda Blonde, Gypsies on the Autobahn, Fehdah, The Scratch, Sim Simma Soundsystem, Cherym, Gemma Bradley, Crash Ensemble, New Pagans, Paddy Mulcahy, Rachael Lavelle, Claire Sands, Vulpynes, Elkae, Brien, Anna Mieke, Shrug Life and Kern. More acts will be added in the coming weeks.  

Other Voices 2019 will take place in Dingle, County Kerry from November 29th to December 1st.

TICKETS TO ST. JAMES’ CHURCH 

Tickets for the intimate TV recordings at St. James’ Church will be made available by competition only through Other Voices and partners social media and digital platforms. As always, performances from St. James’ will be live-streamed into venues around Dingle town. For information on why we don’t sell tickets to St. James’ Church see HERE

REGISTRATION FOR THE DINGLE GIN MUSIC TRAIL

The Dingle Gin Music Trail has an early registration fee of €30, which is available now until November 18th. From November 19th the registration fee will increase to €50. All those who register will be entered into draws for tickets to St. James’ Church, Ireland’s Edge, new Other Voices’ merchandise, local restaurant vouchers and more. Eventbrite Registration Tickets