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Music / March 7, 2022

Otherside Festival 2022: DJ Seinfeld, Lucy McWilliams, Khakikid & more announced

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Music / March 7, 2022

Otherside Festival 2022: DJ Seinfeld, Lucy McWilliams, Khakikid & more announced

Words: Dylan Murphy

The first waves of acts have been announced for the inaugural edition of the boutique festival.

We’re firmly in the midst of announcement season right now. The two year absense of festivals has provided plenty of time to plot and conceive new ideas and the latest festival to announce its arrival is Otherside Festival.

Based in Rock Farm, Slane Co. Meath, the three day festival is set to showcase a wide variety of music, arts and comedy from July 8-10 with stages hosted by The Cobblestone bar, District Magazine, The Midnight Disco and Melodic.

Alongside morning reset swims in a natural lake, wood-fired hot-tubs, sauna sessions and a wide variety of accommodation choices, the boutique festival offers an exciting festival experience that doesn’t compromise comfort or sustainability.

Limited to only 3,000 tickets, the immediacy and interconnectedness of its intimate settings are only accentuated by the strong first wave announcement of acts for the festival.

Line-Up, first wave:

– Lane 8 

– DJ Seinfeld Presents: Mirrors LIVE

– TSHA

– Tourist (Live)

– Le Boom

– The Scratch 

– Mango & Mathman 

– Lucy McWilliams

– Khakikid & BrickNasty

– Oden & Fatzo (Live)

Tickets start at 119 euros and are available via Ticketmaster.

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