The festival returns to the stunning surrounds of Co. Wicklow’s Killruddery House & Gardens, this August 19th & 20th. Groove Festival is a two day summer festival of music, food and wellness
The final two acts announced today complete this year’s stellar music line up. Kormac Live is a Dublin native who has collaborated with a diverse array of other artists, including Irvine Welsh, Speech Debelle, Micah P. Hinson and DJ Yoda. Kormac believes. You should too!
Freshly formed in July of 2016, Tullamore group, Chasing Abbey, bring a unique pop, dance and hip-hop style to the fore. Having grown up and sharing a love of music together, Ro, Bee and TeddyC’s debut single, That Good Thing, is Top 10 in the Irish Airplay charts.
All in, Groove 2017 is set to be another cracker!
Saturday: Primal Scream // Hudson Taylor // Kormac Live // Jerry Fish // Columbia Mills // Chasing Abbey.
Sunday: UB40 // Hothouse Flowers // Cry Before Dawn // Stomptown Brass // Spring Break // Na Fianna.
Sony Xperia Stage:
Saturday: Daithí // Farah Elle // Chris Wise & the Hidden Revolution // Ailbhe Reddy // Third Smoke // Katie Laffan // Jamie Duff/
Sunday: John Smith //The Fitzafrenic // King Bones //Jack O’Rourke //Bocs Social // I Am Niamh // Carron.
Groove Festival is set to grow extensively this year with the addition of Thrive, a new wellness precinct within the festival.
Thrive will focus on offering guests the chance to move, nourish and learn in the calm, open, natural surrounds of Killruddery’s gardens, and feature a line-up of over 20 names from the world of health, food and wellness, including Roz Purcell, Derval O’Rourke, Aileen Cox Blundell, and many more.
Food at Groove will also be a breath of fresh air for the taste buds of experienced Festival goers. They will be spoilt for choice when it comes to this year’s food offering.
Tickets (€59.50 each) are now on sale.
Visit www.groovefestival.ie for more information
Group booking and bespoke packages are available by emailing email@example.com .
Offering a line up of over 25 international local acts, as well as fabulous food, and an all new dedicated wellness precinct, Thrive. This offers festival goers the chance to relax, rejuvenate and reenergise the mind, body and soul with over 35 free classes, workshops and talks.