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Imelda May pictured singing in the Dome during the Rose of tralee Contest last evening.

Pic Frank Mc Grath

Imelda May pictured singing in the Dome during the Rose of tralee Contest last evening. Pic Frank Mc Grath

Imelda May pictured singing in the Dome during the Rose of tralee Contest last evening. Pic Frank Mc Grath

Imelda May and James Morrison are set to headline Ireland's newest music festival this summer.

The brand new two-day festival, Groove, is set to welcome revellers to its Killruddery Estate location on the first weekend of July this year.

The impressive line-up sees support acts, such as UB40, Gavin James, The Original Rudeboys, Damien Dempsey and Jerry Fish among others at the festival on July 6 and 7.

The music weekend in Killruddery Estate, located between Bray and Greystones, models itself as a 'hassle free festival', with a line-up 'across soul, funk, roots, R&B and rock & roll'.

Headliner Imelda May saw her album Mayhem go triple platinum in Ireland. And Damien Dempsey, who supports May, saw his latest album rise to the top three in the Irish album charts in 2012.

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