Groove Festival returns to Killruddery House & Gardens, Bray, Co Wicklow for its sixth year this July.
The first acts have been announced for the family friendly festival which is located in a fabulous setting at the foot of the Sugarloaf.
On Saturday 7th, the Kings of New York, Fun Lovin’ Criminals will bring their Scooby Snacks for one night of hit after hit. They'll be joined by The Riptide Movement and Something Happens.
Heather Small – The Voice of M People will perform on Sunday 8th July at Killruddery along with HamsandwicH and Kila with one more headliner along with details of the Sony Xperia Stage line up to be announced in the coming weeks.
There's also a number of new additions to this year's festival including the Live Lounge, Culture Vultures - a themed pop culture event of words and music, the Hardy Har Comedy Club hosted by Adam Burke. Comedian Eric Lalor is confirmed along with Dublin duo Totally Wired.
There will also be the Groove World of Magical Mystery and Hell & Back activities popping up at Groove!