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General News / April 26, 2017

BARE in the Woods announce a slew of UK hip hop & grime acts

General News / April 26, 2017

BARE in the Woods announce a slew of UK hip hop & grime acts

Portarlington, Co. Laois will host this year’s rendition of BARE in the Woods, on a much bigger scale than previous years. The festival has run as a one day event since 2014, and this year it’s expanded to a full 3 day camping event.

 

London club KOKO are curating their own section of the festival called Burst, with performances from Icarus, Crazy P Soundsystem, Jay Prince, New Gen & Friends, NVOY, DJ Cable, Jonny X and one of our favourite homegrown acts, Jafaris.

On top of these new acts there’s we’ve got Mike Skinner to look forward to, presenting his Tonga show alongside collective Murkage. There’s also the cerebral comedy of The Rubberbandits, boisterous hip-pop from House of Pain, Danish synth pop trio Whomadewho, and a huge cohort of Irish live acts and DJs, amongst many others.

Peep the full lineup below, and pick up tickets for the festival at this link.

BARE POSTER 26TH APRIL