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Summer in the City promises to be Ireland's hottest upcoming music festival – with a line up to prove it. 

The open-air event, hosted in the RDS, Dublin, boasts a stellar line up of acts over the Saturday and Sunday. 

On Saturday, June 23, Picture This will headline the sure-to-be sold-out show. 


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Joining them will be Clean Bandit, Little Hours and JP Cooper. 

On Sunday, international DJ duo The Chainsmokers will take to the stage to wow the crowd with their eclectic EDM tunes. 

The lads have over 115 million streams on Spotify, and took home sixth place on the DJ of the Year 2017 list at Amsterdam's iconic AMF. 


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Pop sensation and Conor McGregor fan Rita Ora will also be performing her medley of hits.

We'll be dusting off the denim cut-offs and flower crowns for this one. 

Tickets go on sale for the festival tomorrow at 9am from Ticketmaster, so don't miss out. 


Have any plans for March 16? 

Well you do now – if luck is in your favour, that is.

In honour of St Patrick's Day, Jameson Irish Whiskey and Hot Press are bringing three Irish bands to Dublin as part of their Bow St Sessions. Kodaline, Little Hours and Walking On Cars will perform a once-off March 16 "homecoming" gig at The Academy, along with Toronto natives July Talk.

The best part? The whole thing is FREE, but you'll have to be chosen from a lottery in order to get your hands on a pair.

You can apply for tickets here, but applications close at 3pm today, March 7, so you had better hurry on.

Jameson's live music sessions usually take place at their well-known Bow St Distillery in Smithfield, but the gig is moving to The Academy this time to accommodate a larger audience.

Let us know on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram if you're lucky enough to get tickets!



Over the last year and a half, Donegal duo Little Hours have gone from being virtual unknowns to Ireland's new rising stars.

John Doherty and Ryan McCloskey hit the big time last year with their debut EP It's Still Love, and earlier this year they cemented their place on the Irish music scene when they signed to Sony Music.

Their newest single, Tired, has been out for three months but the video was finally launched today, and it's a beauty. Production company Stoneface Films, who were also the brains behind Hozier's video for Someone New, put together the gorgeous video which the lads launched on social media today.

Take a look…