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Music / August 11, 2021

It Takes A Village announces all Irish lineup for this September in Cork

Gemma Dunleavy
Music / August 11, 2021

It Takes A Village announces all Irish lineup for this September in Cork

Words: Dylan Murphy

Gemma Dunleavy, Blindboy, John Francis Flynn and more head to Trabolgan next month.

It Takes A Village returns to Trabolgan Holiday Village, Co. Cork from Friday 17 – Sunday 19 September 2021 with a line-up stacked with some of the finest acts from across the country. The festival is one of a kind in Ireland where the entire festival community checks into self-catering houses on the ground.

Acts performing at the 2021 festivities will play across a number of open air areas includingan all seated courtyard, a swimming pool, a tented stage that looks out over the Atlantic Ocean as well as, for the first time in the festival’s history, a private beach. 

In a press release, the festival said, “There will be no indoor venues and all stages will adhere to capacity limitations in line with Government guidelines at the time of the event”.

Full lineup:

Those Nervous Animals, The Blindboy Podcast, Fish Go Deep, John Francis Flynn, Yenkee, TPM, Aoife Nessa Frances, House Plants, Gemma Dunleavy, Sinead Quinlan, Vicky Langan, Strange Boy, Gay Future with Eddie Kay and Angi, Donal Dineen, The Wild Geeze, Anna Mieke, Cormac Begley, Nealo, Royal Yellow, Laura O’Mahony, Fire Draw Near with Ian Lynch, Sprints, Stevie G, Aoife Nic Canna & Dandelion, Cian Finn, Clare Sands, Cornelius The Comic, Cian Austin Jesus, Art Of Algebra, Pontius Pilate & The Naildrivers, Make Me An Island, Kevin Blake, Emma Doran, Jossle, Blakkheart, Aidan Quigley & Sonny Emerald, Jonezy, The Point Of Everything, Bosca Beatha

A Digital Covid Cert OR a Negative Antigen Test OR a Negative PCR Test will be required in order to attend the event and will be checked by staff on arrival at the gates.

Early Bird tickets go on sale 12.00 on Wednesday 11 August – €189pp, exclusively to mailing list members only. Remaining tickets, if available, go on sale at 12.00 on Thursday 12th August – €209pp. Tickets can be purchased in groups of 2 – 9. The ticket price includes 3 nights accommodation in a self-catering house + weekend festival ticket + private parking. All tickets must be paid for upfront. Due to the short lead-in time of the festival this year there is no option for payment in installments.

For more information and tickets visit their website.