Chasing Abbey & Yonaka added to Sea Sessions

//Chasing Abbey & Yonaka added to Sea Sessions

Chasing Abbey & Yonaka added to Sea Sessions

Chasing Abbey, Yonaka,  Saarloos, Nealo, U.M.A.N, Brother Theresa, Pearse McGloughlin & Nocturnes and Opal Lights have just been added to the stellar line up for Sea Sessions Surf & Music Festival. The new acts join headliners Sigrid, Clean BanditTwo Door Cinema Club and Dermot Kennedy alongside a host of acts including Jax Jones, The Magician, Wild Youth, Hermitage Green, SugarhillGang with Grandmaster Melle Mel and Scorpio, Le Boom, Jerry Fish, Bitch Falcon, Trojan Sound System, DJ Hype, Boots & Kats, Kormac (AV show) Inhaler, Jack Vallier, Moncriefff, The 2 Johnnies, Stevie G, Columbia Mills, Al Gibbs, Josh McClorey, Get Down Edits, The Wood Burning Savages, Vulpynes, Pontious Pilate & The Naildrivers, Josh Gray, Paddy Hanna, Silverbacks, MontaukHotel, Somebody’s Child, Tim Chadwick, Ryan Mack, Paul McKay, ALT 8, Colin Perkins, Michael Pope (Le Galaxie), Thumper, Classic Yellow, Ivan Varian, Noel Phelan, Jay Prior, Dead Horse Jive. 
Sea Sessions Surf & Music Festival is only 7 weeks away and tickets are selling fast with Saturday Day Tickets already sold out. Friday and Sunday tickets are still available from €54.90 along with Weekend Tickets priced from €119.90 for the 3 day festival and €149.90 to include 4 nights camping.  VIP Upgrades are also available with w’end tickets for €50. All are available from Ticketmaster outlets nationwide plus www.ticketmaster.ie.Check out  www.seasessions.com for more details.
Festival director Ray O’Donoghue says: “Chasing Abbey are one of our festival favourites and doing great since their first show at Sea Sessions. We think there’s a nice balance of upcoming acts with this latest announce. It’s only 7 weeks until the festival and having sold out well in advance for the last 4 years we expect this year to be no different especially given it’s our strongest line up yet. “
FRIDAY 21 JUNE 2019
SIGRID
THE MAGICIAN
THE SUGARHILL GANG  with GRANDMSTER MELLE MEL and SCORPIO
CHASING ABBEY
LE BOOM
BITCH FALCON
JOSH MC CLOREY
TIM CHADWICK
RYAN MACK
NEALO
GET DOWN EDITS
SOMEBODYS CHILD
COLIN PERKINS
MICHAEL POPE (LE GALAXIE)
ALT 8
MITCH PRESENTS
IVAN VARIAN
YONAKA
PEARSE McGLOUGHLIN & NOCTURNES
DEAD HORSE JIVE
SATURDAY 22 JUNE 2019
CLEAN BANDIT
JAX JONES
WILD YOUTH
HERMITAGE GREEN
KORMAC (AV SHOW)
INHALER
AL GIBBS
COLUMBIA MILLS
SAARLOOS
PONTIOUS PILOT AND THE NAILDRIVERS
THUMPER
U.M.A.N
MONTAUK HOTEL
JOSH GRAY
CLASSIC YELLOW
PAUL MCCAY
BEDLAM DJS
NOEL PHELAN
OPAL LIGHTS
Also featuring MC JERRY FISH
 
SUNDAY 23 JUNE 2019
TWO DOOR CINEMA CLUB
DERMOT KENNEDY
JERRY FISH
THE 2 JOHNNIES
DJ HYPE
BOOTS & KATS
TROJAN SOUND SYSTEM
MONCRIEFF
JACK VALLIER
VULPYNES
STEVIE G
WORD BURNING SAVAGES
JAY PRIOR
PADDY HANNA
SILVERBACKS
BROTHER THERESA
Plus More To Be Announced
 
Sea Sessions Surf & Music Festival, which returns to the unique festival setting of Donegal’s Bundoran, has sold out weeks in advance over the last four years with this year promising to be no different. Sea Sessions Surf & Music Festival has gone from strength to strength and has firmly established itself as one of the most important dates on the Irish Festival circuit, winning IMRO Festival of the year at the 2017 IMRO awards along with picking up the gong for Festival of the year at the “Excellence in Local Government Awards”. 
Supported by and working with Donegal County Council and Failte Ireland the event has become an important kick start to the tourist season for the capital of Irish surfing, Bundoran. The festival started in 2008 as an after party for a Surfing Competition and now it holds the top Surfing Competition in the country as well as hosting the world’s top skateboarders, BMX’ers and loads of beach sports. 
Sea Sessions Surf & Music Festival
21st – 23rd June 2019
www.ticketmaster.ie and Ticketmaster Outlets Nationwide.
Check out the social media reactions to last year’s Sea Sessions here

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