A whole host of impressive Irish artists are heading to the Guinness Storehouse this December for a very special broadcast.

'Other Voices: Home at the Guinness Storehouse' will stream live this December 16, featuring some of Ireland's up and coming artists from around the country.

A first for the Irish landmark, 'Other Voices' will see a one-off performance from the likes of Conor O’Brien from The Villagers, Denice Chaila, Sorcha Richardson and many more play live from the heart of Dublin 8.

Also expected to join in on the special gig is Jack O'Rourke, MuRli, God Knows, Ivor Novello, The Mary Wallopers, Crash Ensemble, and hip-hop duo Mango X Mathman. Sean Potts, fiddler player and presenter Doireann Glackin, a specially commissioned contribution from the award-winning Irish writer Joseph O’Connor, and much more is expected to unfold on the night.

The evening will be hosted by Irish singer-songwriter Loah, who had this to say about the special festive event: "It is an honour to present an incredibly special evening of 'Other Voices' at the Guinness Storehouse. It’s been a difficult year for live performance, and this event will be a show of resilience and a celebration of all that is amazing in Irish culture. Many of us are far apart this winter, but we are hoping to bring you right into the heart of Dublin with a truly unique array of music and words."

The live concert is going to be streamed live across the world from 8pm on Wednesday, December 16.

Although 'Other Voices: Home at the Guinness Storehouse' will be free to view from all of the 'Other Voices' social media channels, they will also be accepting donations. These will go directly to supporting the music community in Ireland through the Irish Music Industry Covid Emergency Relief Fund.

Check out the promotional video of the event, which is currently doing the rounds on social media, and be sure to tune in on the night.