Music | More acts added to Groove Festival

James, Cathy Davey, King Kong Company, and Miss Kate join Paloma Faith on Saturday 5 July.  Sunday’s line up will see Paul Heaton and Jacqui Abbott perform songs from their new album, Booka Brass Band feat Jerry Fish, Big September, Donna Dunne join David Gray.

Groove Festival will take place on Saturday 5 July and Sunday 6 July 2014 in Killruddery Estate, right on the doorstep of Dublin.

Paloma Faith will be headlining on Saturday and her third studio album “A Perfect Contradiction” is currently out now in Ireland.  David Gray expected to release his 10th album soon after testing new songs on his ‘Sounding Out’ Tour of Ireland and the UK.

Speaking about the 2014 headliners, Groove Festival promoter Roger Duggan says “We are really thrilled to be welcoming Paloma and David to Groove this year as our headliners. We have a fantastic debut year in 2013 with such positive feedback from people who were there. We can’t wait for July to make it all happen again!”

Tickets are available via the Groove website or at any of the outlets.

Tickets will be on sale at 9am Monday March 10th and prices are:

  • Adult Day Ticket €49.00 (+€4 booking fee)
  • Adult Weekend € 79.00 (+€5.50 booking fee)
  • Minor (4yrs to 15yrs) Day Ticket €10.00 (+€2.00 booking fee)
  • Minor (4yrs to 15yrs) Weekend Ticket €17.00 (+€2.50 booking fee)
  • Under 4 free

Groove Zone (all weekend)

New for 2014 is the Groove Zone. This area replaces the second stage and will see the return of the Silent Disco (a huge success last year), top DJ’s, spoken word, a chill out area surrounding the stunning Killruddery water lily pond plus much to be announced in the coming weeks.

Other features from last year’s festival are set to return including the climbing wall and Archery Tag.  Water zorbs will also make an appearance on the lakes in Killruddery, so festival-goers can enjoy a tumble through water.

The Irish Rocketry Society will also stage a 30 minute display on both Saturday and Sunday, launching full professional rockets of all sizes. Prepare to be amazed by the power of these. And they will even let kids build and launch some of the smaller ones.

Aside from all the activities,  food provided again this year by masterchef John Coughlan.