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Music / December 7, 2022

Thundercat, Jon Hopkins and more to perform at Beyond The Pale

Image: Quinn Dunziellas
Music / December 7, 2022

Thundercat, Jon Hopkins and more to perform at Beyond The Pale

Words: Ellen Kenny

Thundercat, Jon Hopkins and Leftfield are among 50 artists announced to perform at Beyond the Pale at Glendalough Estate next summer.

Thundercat, Jon Hopkins, Leftfield and Hot Chip have been announced as the headliners for Beyond the Pale’s 2023 edition of the festival. Taking place from June 16 to 18 at Glendalough Estate, over 100 acts will perform across the weekend.

Joining already announced headliners Hot Chip is GRAMMY-nominated bassist and singer, Thundercat who has worked with acts ranging from Kendrick Lamar to Noname. Elsewhere, ambient producer Jon Hopkins returns to Ireland once again, while electronic duo Leftfield also join the lineup.

American soul legend Candi Staton was also announced in the latest lineup in her last ever European tour. Other acts announced include Irish duo Saint Sister, For Those I Love, and Afro-Irish singer Tolü Makay.

Oneohtrix Point Never, Ireland’s Max Cooper and Germany’s Christian Löffler are all on hand to provide world class audiovisual shows.

Lineup so far:

More acts are expected to be announced in the coming months. Click here to visit their website.

While early bird tickets for Beyond the Pale quickly sold out, general tickets are on sale from Friday December 9 at 09:00 for all three tiers, starting from 195 euro. Click here to get tickets.

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