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Music / July 16, 2021

Another Love Story 2022: Barker, Niamh Regan, Rachael Lavelle & more announced

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Music / July 16, 2021

Another Love Story 2022: Barker, Niamh Regan, Rachael Lavelle & more announced

Words: Dylan Murphy

The festival announced its first wave of acts ahead of its return to Killyon Manor next August.

Looking ahead to festival season next year, Another Love Story has shared the first bill of acts heading to Killyon Manor August 19th – 21st 2022.

In a statement today they said:

“We have been sitting on some of these announcements since spring 2020, and so it is such a thrill to
finally move forwards with some resolute conviction and hope for better days ahead.
The past 18 months have been hugely challenging, but thinking of the sights and sounds of the
festival in full flow surrounding these amazing artists as they perform is the thought which has kept
us going through what have been the darkest of months for a small independent festival.”

The festival will feature performances from Manchester selector, event creator & personality Luke Una, Irish singer Rachael Lavelle, a live performance from Berghain / Osgut Ton regular Barker, Choice Prize nominee Niamh Regan, live electronics of Leipzig’s Map.Ache and the searing sounds of Cork’s The Altered Hours.

More acts are still to be announced and tickets are on sale now here.

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