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Old 23-01-2020, 12:54 PM
Jim Comic Jim Comic is offline
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Cork..... statio bene fida hipsters

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Old 23-01-2020, 02:21 PM
Matlock Matlock is offline
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Shaping up nicely I have to say
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Old 04-03-2020, 08:32 AM
Blue Monkey PR Blue Monkey PR is offline
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Day Tickets for INDIE20 go on sale from 9am Friday March 6

FRIDAY sees Stereophonics headline the Main Stage at INDIE20, with UK singer Tom Grennan and Belfast gaelgóirs Kneecap leading up the opening evening’s grand finale. Joining them for a showcase of up and coming UK and Irish acts on Friday night are The Hunna, Joel Corry, Aimée, Biig Piig, The Sherlocks, Lewis Watson, The Clockworks, Koko, Charlotte, The Wha, Tigress, Chinchilla, Lavengro, Isaac Butler along with the return of the now iconic 80s v 90s in The Beer Hall.

SATURDAY welcomes ground-breaking Norwegian pop star and BBC Sound of 2018 winner Sigrid and British singer-songwriter Tom Walker. Also LYRA, Alex Gough, Moncrieff, Ryan McMullan, True Tides, Somebody’s Child, Orla Gartland, Lilla Vargen, Kehli, Regard, TOYGIRL and KAWALA alongside the likes of Silverbacks, NNIC, Declan Welsh & The Decadent West, Rumi, Before the Ghosts, Madison Front.

SUNDAY night sees The Streets on the main stage. Ireland’s most exciting festival party crew King Kong Company return to Deer Farm alongside INDIE favourites Hudson Taylor. Welsh rockers Feeder join Therapy? as they celebrate their 30 year anniversary together with a host of exciting acts to close out the weekend; including Dundalk rockers Just Mustard, The Amazons, Riton, The Lathums, Luz, Ryan Mack, The Scratch, Stephen James Smith, Flora Cash, Sam Duckworth, Rothwell, ZASKA, Zestra, Bobbi Arlo and many more…
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Old 04-03-2020, 11:06 PM
MerchantOfEnnis MerchantOfEnnis is offline
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It would have been great to have Stereophonics and Feeder on the same day for the Welsh connection.

Are there any day shuttle buses to this from the city? Or, is it easy enough to get a taxi back to Cork for a set price?
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