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Ok so it's not even Christmas yet and we're talking about summer 2019.

BUT this is Indiependence and two unreal acts have been announced as the headliners.

And they are *drum roll please*…Biffy Clyro and Bastille.

These two acts are set to perform at Deer Farm in the Mitchelstown festival from August 2 to 4. 

This is the second time that Bastille will be taking to the stage there, having  performed in 2013 when their hit Pompeii was topping charts worldwide. 

Biffy Clyro are also not strangers to the huge stages, having headlined Reading and Leeds this summer.

The festival, which is in it's tenth year, is one of Ireland’s festival success stories as it has grown from its initial 3,000 capacity into 15,000 people expected in 2019.

Wow.

Ticket prices will not go up like they did in 2017 and 2018.

Weekend camping tickets are on sale now at €139 and will go to €149 on January 1.

Weekend VIP camping tickets are on sale now at €169 and will go to  €189 on January 1.

Check out www.indiependencefestival.com for more updates. 

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Festival-goers, listen up! 

Indiependence has just added a whole of amazing artists to its line-up including Kate Nash, Hudson Taylor and Wyvern Lingo, to name just a few. 

They'll join headliners Primal Scream, Walking on Cars, Jake Bugg, Cast, Sigala and Le Galaxie at Deer Farm in Mitchelstown, Co. Cork this August Bank Holiday weekend. 

Now, I don't know about you, but that line-up has my 14-year-old indie-kid heart racing at 90mph. 

The three-day festival has also announced the introduction of the new Urban Village stage which will feature some of the best up-and-coming Irish hip hop and urban artists.

In keeping with the festival's tradition of promoting home-grown music, Delorentos, King Kong Company, The Blizzards, And So I Watch You From Afar and Hamsandwich are all set to preform over the weekend. 

Tickets are available via the Indiependence website and there are a limited amount of INDIE VIP Garden tickets still available.

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We're already extremely excited for festival season, and one of Ireland's best music and arts festivals has just added a load of new acts to their line up.

Indiependence, which takes place in Mitchelstown, Co Cork from August 4-6, will play host to Tom Odell, All Tvvins, The Riptide Movement and Frank Turner.

Hermitage Green, Brian Deady, We Cut Corners, The Minutes Raglans, and Overhead the Albatross will also be playing.

Back in December, Welsh band Manic Street Preachers along with Sigma and The Cornonas were announced as some of the main acts at the three-day festival.

Tickets are still available, but probably not for long after the announcement of all of these amazing acts.

The festival has also added to the excitement by putting together a seriously cool video showcasing all of their new acts.

Weekend tickets are priced at €119.00, and VIP tickets are also available.

Feature image: Indiependence.ie

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For anyone heading to the Indiependence Festival this year, get ready to go on a nostalgic rollercoaster.

The Blizzards are making their comeback as frontman Bressie is getting ready to take to the stage at the music and arts festival. The line up was announced yesterday with The Kooks, Bell X1, Hudson Taylor and The Strypes will all be there, too.

It's been about seven years since The Blizzards broke up and while Bressie has been best known for his role of judge on The Voice, he's set to turn back into the rockstar we all know and love him for.

Tickets for the festival are available here, and are priced between €99 and €199. 

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