JUST when you thought it couldn’t get any better, Sea Sessions has added a host of acts to the line up for Ireland’s biggest beach party.
Jax Jones, The Magician, Wild Youth, Hermitage Green, Sugarhill Gang with Grandmaster Melle Mel and Scorpio, Le Boom, Jerry Fish, Bitch Falcon, Trojan Sound System, DJ Hype, Boots and Kats, Kormac (AV show) Inhaler, Jack Vallier, Moncriefff, The Two Johnnies, Stevie G, Columbia Mills, Al Gibbs, Josh McClorey, Get Down Edits, The Wood Burning Savages, Vulpynes, Pontious Pilate and The Naildrivers, Josh Gray, Paddy Hanna, Silverbacks, Montauk Hotel, Somebody’s Child, Tim Chadwick, ALT 8, Colin Perkins, Michael Pope, Thumper, Classic Yellow, Noel Phelan and more join hot headliners Sigrid, Clean Bandit and Two Door Cinema Club at Sea Sessions Surf and Music Festival this summer.
Early Bird tickets have been snapped up for the festival which runs from June 21-23 and are now sold out. But day and weekend tickets are on sale now from Ticketmaster outlets nationwide. Tickets priced from €119.90 for three days and €149.90 to include four nights camping. There are limited single day tickets available from €54.90 + VIP Upgrades for €50. Check out www.seasessions.com for more details.
Sea Sessions, which returns to the unique festival setting of Donegal’s Bundoran, has sold out weeks in advance over the last four years with this year promising to be no different. The festival has gone from strength to strength and has firmly established itself as one of the most important dates on the Irish festival circuit, winning IMRO Festival of the year at the 2017 IMRO awards along with picking up the gong for Festival of the year at the ‘Excellence in Local Government Awards’.
Announcing the new acts, festival director Ray O’Donoghue said, “We’re delighted with this year’s lineup and with our new additions. We think it is by far our strongest line-up yet. There’s something for everyone there, from Sigrid to The Sugarhill Gang, Two Door Cinema Club to Jax Jones and everything else in between. We’ve sold out the last four years so we expect this year to be no different. We’ve even got a surprise or two still left up our sleeves. We literally can’t wait until the summer.”