Sunday 22 July 2018

Stage times for Groove Festival have been released

Groove Festival
Groove Festival
Aoife Kelly

Aoife Kelly

The stage times for Groove Festival have been released.

Taking place at Kilruddery House and Gardens, Bray, Co Wicklow across Saturday July 7 and Sunday July 8, it's a family friendly festival offering music, comedy, great food and kids' activities.

The line-up includes the Fun Lovin' Crminials, Heather Small, The Stunning, Something Happens, Jerry Fish, The Riptide Movement, HamsandwicH and more.

Also Culture Vultures curated by Tony Clayton-Lea takes over the Live Lounge daytime on Saturday and Sunday. In the evening it becomes the Hardy-Har Comedy Club with names including Adam Burke, Eric Lalor, Aoife Dooley and Emma Doran. 

Food comes courtesy of Sharon Shannon's Garden of Vegan, Saba, Teddy's ice cream, Kilruddery's chefs, and Box Burger.  Teens can take part in Hell&Back while little ones can enjoy entertainment from the Silly Billy team.  There will also be Zorbs on the lakes.

It's localed less than 2KM from the N11 and a 10 min drive from the M50.  Groove has on-site parking plus a shuttle bus service to Bray DART station which will run every 30 minutes to Killruddery. The final shuttle is 11pm ahead of the last DART at 11.30pm.

Families can avail of a weekend ticket which covers two adults and three children (under 16), all for €225 (including booking fee). If parents want to drop the kids home and come back to the site for the nightime, they will be allowed to re-enter the festival.

TICKETS:

Adult day tickets (Saturday / Sunday) €65.50 including booking fee

Adult weekend tickets - €106 including booking fee

Teen (16-17) day tickets - €27.50 including booking fee

Teen (16-17) weekend tickets - €53.50 including booking fee

Children day tickets (under 16) - €11 including booking fee

Children weekend tickets (under 16) - €20 including booking fee

Family day tickets (2 adults & 3 children) - €135.50 including booking fee

Family weekend tickets (2 adults & 3 children) - €225 including booking fee

Read more: Which Irish music festivals offer best value for money this summer?

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