Words: Dray Morgan
Jameson has announced a variety of acts who will be performing at The Circle over the bank holiday weekend, containing live music and interviews.
All Together Now welcomes 30 new performers, curated by Jameson, displaying a diverse set of Irish musicians.
Jameson is continuing their dedication to creativity and collaboration. Bricknasty, Selló and Sorcha Richardson are amongst some of the names who will be performing on the Waterford stage from 4-6 August.
Headlining The Circle is PIllow Queens. Their shoegazey, indie sound sees them performing internationally throughout the summer, stopping off in Paris and Manchester as well as a litany of domestic dates.
Selló, TraviS and Elzzz are some of the most prominent names in Irish hip-hop, representing Irish drill whilst the sound is at its peak popularity. Selló has signed with Warner Music, seen releases under GRM Daily and recently teased a track with Digga D.
Bricknasty provides a style which fuses jazz, indie and hip-hop to create a sound unique to the group., Their recent debut project ‘ina crueler’ has been one of the year’s most critically acclaimed Irish projects.
BBC Radio 1 DJ, Gemma Bradley, will be hosting conversations throughout the weekend. Her live chats with artists and those adjacent to the music world explore the deeper intricacies of festivals and how collaboration and variety are at the heart of them.
Alternatively, The Circle offers immersive workshops where you can come together and work with others to learn something new.
The Circle proves to be a hub of cutting-edge artists who are pillars of the new-generation Irish music landscape. These artists, talks and workshops join an array of acts over many stages, kicking off on 4 August.
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