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General News / May 2, 2019

Beatyard announce Krystal Klear, SG Lewis, Erica Cody & more for 2019 edition

General News / May 2, 2019

Beatyard announce Krystal Klear, SG Lewis, Erica Cody & more for 2019 edition

From August 3-4 Beatyard will return to Dún Laoghaire Harbour for their 2019 instalment.

 

The festival, which had humble beginnings in The Bernard Shaw, has now grown into one of Dublin’s most exciting events. As well as headliners Groove Armada, Chvrches, Todd Terje, Grandmaster Flash, Jungle and Marc Rebillet, they’ve confirmed more artists.

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Krystal Klear, Leon Vynehall, SG Lewis (DJ set), New Jackson, Erica-Cody, as well as Mount Kimbie (DJ set) who were announced a couple of weeks back, have now all been added to the fun.

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