If your thinking of hitting up the picturesque festival this July weekend, then here’s all the info you need to know.
Tickets for Groove Festival are €49 (+€4 booking fee) Adult Day Ticket, €79 (+€5.50 booking fee). For a Minor (4yrs to 15yrs) Day Ticket: €10.00 (+€2.00 booking fee). A Minor (4yrs to 15yrs) Weekend Ticket: €17.00 (+€2.50 booking fee) and Under 4yrs go FREE.
*All children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult and registered in advance for health and safety reasons
Bray Dart station is less than 3km away from the festival, where a fleet of shuttle buses running from Bray Dart Station from 2pm to 6.30pm, and from the festival site to the Dart Station from 7pm to midnight. You can also travel by DART, where a Groove Shuttle Service will operate and cost you a mere €3 return. The festival ends at 10.30pm, so the festival and Irish Rail have put on a special Groove DART at 12.05am
By car, all you need to do is take exit at Junction 7 off the N11 and parking is on site this year and entrance is by the main Killruddery gate for €5 per day. Dublin Bus operate a number of services to Bray on the following bus routes and they run late – 45A, 84, 145, 184, 185.
Well, Paloma Faith and David Gray headline the festival, but apart from the great line up of music, there is also the Harbour Bar Stage, Irish Rocketry, Activity Centre, Groove Zone, and plenty of food stalls to fill your appetite.
Accommodation for the festival is full of choice, visit the website’s section here for more.
So for more info, visit Groove Festival website and enjoy your weekend if you are going!