More Acts Have Been Added To The Longitude Line-Up
The festival takes place from Friday 15th to Sunday 17th of July.
Longitude have added seven more acts to it's already impressive line-up and to make it even better it's all homegrown talent!
Joining the bill for the weekend are HamsandwicH, Limerick rappers Rusangano Family, WyvernLingo, We Cut Corners, Cork's Brian Deady, Daithí and District 8 DJs.
Already on the line-up is Grammy award winning rapper Kendrick Lamar who will headline Friday night with Major Lazer and The National taking the top slots on Saturday and Sunday respectively.
Other acts to take to the stage across the weekend are the likes of The Lumineers, Run The Jewels, Jamie xx, The Coronas, Chvrches, Diplo and more.
Our very own Stevie G will be providing tunes on the Friday night of the festival.
There are still two and three day tickets available for the festival which is based in Marlay Park in Dublin. You can get your hands on these from Ticketmaster outlets and also ticketmaster.ie
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