Music | Gwenno, Stella Donnelly & more announced for Other Voices Cardigan next month

Other Voices Cardigan have announced the first headline acts performing in St Mary’s Church across the three days of the iconic music festival on 3 – 5 November.

Welsh electro-pop Gwenno returns to Cardigan to perform tracks from the Mercury prize-nominated third album “Tresor”.

From Wales and Ireland, the harp and fiddle duo of Catrin Finch and Aoife Ni Bhriain, will display their new collaboration live for the first time in St Mary’s Church.

Having previously played the Other Voices at Electric Picnic stage, indie artist Stella Donnelly returns to play songs from her new record “Flood”

Also performing will be Welsh drill artist Sage Todz who is set for an Other Voices debut.

Finally, Llaregyb Brass Band will fill St Mary’s Church with the sounds of New Orleans marching bands, together with “Bronx-inspired Hip Hop and Welsh language pop music.”

All performances will also be streamed globally for free via Other Voices’ YouTube and socials and to a live audience with host by Huw Stephens.

Also taking place across the weekend is the Music Trail which will showcase emerging musical talent with 80 live sets across the town such as:

Al Lewis | Cartin | Catrin Finch and Aoife Ní Bhriain | Cerys Hafana | Cherym | Cynefin | Dani Larkin | Dark Tropics | Dáithí | David Kitt | Eve Goodman | Einir Dafydd and Band | Hourglvss | Juice Menace | Katie Phelan | L E M F R E C K | Los Blancos | Lloyd and Dom James | Mace the Great | MELTS | Matthew Frederick | Niamh Reagan | Pastiche | Problem Patterns | Rachael Lavelle | Red Telephone | Roughion | Rye Milligan | Samana | Sasha Samara | Seazoo | Stephen James Smith | Skinner | Tapestri | Tebi Rex | Timbali & Peppery | VRï | Ynys

In addition, Clebran, a curated series of discussion events will explore and celebrate the cultural ties between Ireland and Wales, featuring artists, journalists, creatives and politicians.

Early booking weekend wristbands, giving access to the festival events, are now priced at £20, with rising to £25 on 13 October.

Full lineup and tickets are available at othervoices.ie