Over 35 More Acts Join Longitude Line Up

The countdown to this summers Longitude festival is on and over 35 stunning acts have just been added to this years line up alongside the return of the Red Bull Music Academy. Returning for its second year, the Marlay Park weekender already has festival goers excited for the summer with the likes of Ben Howard, Disclosure and Massive Attack as this years headliners.

Joining the line up are:
The Afghan Whigs
Bipolar Sunshine
Circa Waves
Conor Oberst
Hudson Taylor
Joey Badass
Josh Record
Kyla La Grange
New Jackson
San Fermin
The Academic
The Acid
We Cut Corners

After an immense weekend last summer, the RBMA stage returns to the open-air festival held in the beautiful grounds of South Dublin’s Marlay Park. Performing on the RBMA stage this summer will be:

Axel Boman
Colin Devine
Colm K
Conor Feeney
Galactic Beat Club
Handsome Paddy
I Am The Cosmos (Live)
Jonnie Foley
Lasertom (Live)
Mano Le Tough
Solar Bears (Live)
Tome DJ's

The new additions join an already stellar line up which will see some of the best international and homegrown acts perform across the July weekend. Previously announced are:

Massive Attack, Disclosure, Ben Howard, James Vincent McMorrow, Rudimental, Haim, Bastille, Bombay Bicycle Club, Chvrches, The 1975, First Aid Kit, Sam Smith, Hozier, Banks, Bonobo, John Talabot, Cyril Hahn, Le Galaxie, Bondax, Parquet Courts, George Ezra, Eagulls, Koreless, O Emperor, Krystal Klear, Say Lou Lou, Son Lux, Samaris, Josef Salvat and Roosevelt.

Ben Howard

Winner of Best New Festival and Best Medium Festival at the Irish Festival Awards, Longitude returns for its second year and is undoubtedly one of the highlights of the summers festival calendar.

Massive Attack, Rudimental and more added to Longitude lineup

Electro pioneers Massive Attack lead the lineup additions for this years Longitude Festival.  The multi award winning duo consisting of Robert “3D” Del Naja and Grant “Daddy G” Marshall have released 5 studio albums selling over 11 million copies worldwide. Their albums Blue Lines (1991) and Mezzanine (1998) feature in Rolling Stones list of the 500 Greatest Albums of All Time. 1991’s Unfinished Symphony was voted in the Top 10 of The Guardians Greatest songs of All Time poll.

Joining Massive Attack are Rudimental, The 1975, Banks, Parquet Courts, Krystal Klear, O Emperor, Eagulls, Ry X, Say Lou Lou, Son Lux, Josef Salvat and Samaris.

Chart topping dubstep group Rudimental recently picked up Best British Single for ‘Waiting All Night’ at the Brits 2014 while Manchester indie rock band The 1975 who’s breakthrough hit Chocolate has amassed over 11 million You Tube views helping their self titled debut album achieve Gold status. 

Banks is one of the most hotly tipped acts of the year, coming third in the BBC Sound of 2014 poll and was a MTV Brand New nominee 2014.Parquet Courts, one of the finest punk rock bands to emerge from New York in years, were named #3 in Time Out’s round up of best albums for their debut record Light up Gold on its release.

Making a welcome return is last years Red Bull Music Academy stage headliner Krystal Klear, bringing the best in everything from Boogie & New Jack to Instru Hip-Hop and House to Marlay Park this summer. O Emperor, fellow Irish act and recent nominees for the Meteor Choice Music Prize for their second album Vitreous join new additions to the festival Leeds punk band Eagulls, who recently performed on Letterman and released their critically acclaimed self titled debut LP,Ry X the falsetto folk singer who’s hit song Berlin widely featured on the Sony Bravia TV commercial, Dream pop duo comprising of sisters Miranda and Elektra Kilbey Say Lou Lou, who made it onto the BBC Sound of 2014 longlist, experimental producer and composer Son Lux,Australian singer-songwriter Josef Salvat and Icelandic electro groupSamaris.

The announcement of new Longitude acts coincides with the release of day tickets for the festival along with main stage breakdown of acts across the weekend. Ben Howard will headline Friday night,Disclosure take top billing on Saturday while Massive Attack bring the weekend to a close on Sunday night.

Friday: Ben Howard, Bastille, Bombay Bicycle Club, Icona Pop and George Ezra

SaturdayDisclosure, Haim, Chvrches, The 1975, Sam Smith and Hozier

Sunday:  Massive Attack, James Vincent McMorrow, Rudimental, First Aid Kit and Banks

Bombay Bicycle Club, Icona Pop and more set for Longitude Festival

With tickets going on sale at 9am tomorrow morning for this years Longitiude, we have another lineup announcement to give you folks!

Bombay Bicycle Club, First Aid Kit, Icona Pop, George Ezra and Koreless will join the already announcedBastille, Haim, Chvrches, Sam Smith, Bonobo and more!


Weekend tickets €149.50 / Day tickets €59.50 inclusive of booking fee.

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Tickets are on sale from Ticketmaster outlets nationwide and online at www.ticketmaster.ie

Tickets are on sale tomorrow at 9am

Disclosure, Ben Howard, Bastille and more added to Longitude 2014 lineup

Longitude returns to Marlay Park this summer from 18th – 20th of July. Joining the previously announced Disclosure and Ben Howardwill be a host of some of the finest international and homegrown acts such as James Vincent McMorrow, Bastille, Haim, Chvrches, Hozier, Sam Smith, Bonobo, John Talabot, Julio Bashmore, Cyril Hahn, Le Galaxie, Bondax and Roosevelt.

More acts will be announced on Thursday 6th February ahead of tickets going on sale the following day at 9am.


Weekend tickets €149.50 / Day tickets €59.50 inclusive of booking fee

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