Groove Festival on over the weekend
Groove Festival will be on in Bray this weekend, with headline acts including Ocean Colour Scene, Aslan, David Kitt, and many more.
This is Groove’s fourth birthday at Killruddery House with activities including a climbing wall and other outdoor activities.
Other acts indlue The Blades, Neville Staple and the Academic. The weekend will see 20 acts perform across two stages. New to Groove this year is the Sing Factory Vocal Coach - a fully kitted out mobile recording studio.
Step inside for the superstar recording experience. Record your favourite song and share with your friends, family or the world, you can even make a music video of your recording. Come and let out your inner superstar.
Oxfam Ireland loves festivals. Over the years engaging with festival-goers has been an important part of Oxfam Ireland’s work to tackle the root causes of poverty, the injustices that keep people poor - and always with a team of enthusiastic campaigners armed with costumes, props and even a spinning wheel.
For tickets or more information, including the times of performances, go to www.groovefestival.ie.
Audience members enjoying last year’s Groove Festival.