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Massive Attack, Rudimental, The 1975 added to Longitude


by Today FM  05th Mar 2014  10:18
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Festival returns for its second year

Longitude picked up awards for Best New Festival and Best Medium Festival at the Irish Festival Awards crowning a hugely successful first year for the July weekender.

Details of this summer’s line up have been released: Massive Attack will bring 2014’s festival to a stunning close as headliners on Sunday 20th July. Other acts confirmed are: Rudimental, The 1975, Banks, Parquet Courts, Krystal Klear, O Emperor, Eagulls, Ry X, Say Lou Lou, Son Lux, Josef Salvat and Samaris.

Friday: Ben Howard, Bastille, Bombay Bicycle Club, Icona Pop and George Ezra

Saturday: Disclosure, Haim, Chvrches, The 1975, Sam Smith and Hozier

Sunday:  Massive Attack, James Vincent McMorrow, Rudimental, First Aid Kit and Banks

A full day by day breakdown of stages 2 & 3 acts to be announced soon

Previously announced acts who will also be performing this summer include Bonobo, John Talabot, Julio Bashmore, Cyril Hahn, Le Galaxie, Bondax, Koreless and Roosevelt.

www.longitude.ie


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