Happy Mondays, Kaiser Chiefs and The Coronas lead Sea Sessions line-up
Happy Mondays, Kaiser Chiefs, The Coronas, Rev RUN and Beardyman will headline this summer's Sea Sessions in Bundoran, Co. Donegal. The three day surf, skate n' music festival will take place from June 29th to July 1st.
As well as the aforementioned acts there will, as always, be a strong line-up of stellar Irish acts including recent Choice Prize winner Jape, Delorentos, We Cut Corners, The Minutes and Ham Sandwich to mention a few. Joining the Irish contingent will be UK acts such as Simon and Oscar from Ocean Colour Scene, Fujiya & Miyagi and more.
The water is going to be just as hot as the music this year with Ireland’s largest cash prize in surfing on offer. Barefoot Wines have pulled out all the corks to get behind the landmark event which is the only surf competition in Ireland to be sanctioned by the Association of Surfing Professionals (ASP) Europe. The Barefoot Expression Session in association with Billabong will see the top surfers of Europe eyeing up the cash prize and taking each other on in a viewer friendly format.
The full list of acts for Sea Sessions 2012 is:
Billy Scurry, Bitches With Wolves, Crazy P, Delorentos, Dom Servini, Fujiya & Miyagi, Ham Sandwich, Happy Mondays, Hot 8 Brass Band, Jape, Kaiser Chiefs, Kenny Dope, Krafty Kuts, LTJ Bukem feat MC Conrad, Michael Keep Schtum, Mishap, Neon Wolf, Pete Isaac, Raf Daddy (The 2 Bears), Rev RUN, Scribble Sound System, Simon & Oscar (Ocean Colour Scene), The Coronas, The Ghandhis, The Minutes, This Club, Toby Kaar, We Cut Corners, Yukon Blonde, More TBA.
Weekend tickets for Sea Sessions 2012 are just €88.50. Day tickets Fri/Sat/Sun are €50.
Review by John Balfe | 18:00 | Thursday 29th March 2012 | Music News
Check out their awesome line up video! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=af0ZvHlqSUw&context=C4d3f762ADvjVQa1PpcFP65IRDGfupP0juXjEVqIArxyDlSFjonrw%3DPosted 14:57 | Fri 30th Mar 2012
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