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General News / April 6, 2017

BARE in the Woods reveal a host of artists for 2017 edition

General News / April 6, 2017

BARE in the Woods reveal a host of artists for 2017 edition

BARE’s 2017 line up is shaping up to be one of their most diverse ever.

 

Since January, the Portarlington festival, taking place from June 9-11, have announced some big names, like Mike Skinner and Murkage, Akala, House of Pain and Rubberbandits. Now they’ve released another wave of local and international artists.

House, techno and electronica will be in good hands with local heroes Quinton Campbell, Cinema, Phare, Mix & Fairbanks, Orange Tree Edits, Adultrock, Bedlam and of course our baby siblings Four Four Magazine spinning tunes over the weekend.

Check out the full line up below, with one more headliner set to be announced.

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Click here for tickets to the festival in Garryhinch Woods, Portarlington.