Sea Sessions 2022 with Tinie Tempah, Kodaline and Basement Jaxx And Many More Announced
For The Beach Party Of The Year
June 17th – 19th 2022
Tickets Go On Sale This Thursday 9 December at 9am
Sea Sessions, Ireland’s only Surf and Music Festival, is back in 2022 with possibly their most stunning lineup to date. From Irish Chart toppers Kodaline to British Rapper Tinie Tempah and DJ’s Basement Jaxx to Joel Corry with a lot more in between.
The full lineup announced to date features Kodaline, Tinie Tempah, Basement Jaxx (DJ Set), Joel Corry, Lyra, Kneecap, The Scratch, All Tvvins, Paul Woolford, Pa Sheehy, Ejeca, David Keenan, Goldie, Jamie Webster, Wyvern Lingo, Daithi, Gemma Dunleavy, Chasing Abbey, Malaki, Lea Heart, DART, Aby Coulibaly, True Tides, Chloe Robinson, Monjola, THUMPER and loads more still to be announced.
Tickets are available from Dec 9th from all Ticketmaster outlets nationwide, www.ticketmaster.ie and www.seasessions.com. Priced from €119.90 for 3 days and €149.90 including 4 nights camping. There’s also Surfers Bar (VIP) upgrades available from €60 extra along with Glamping and accommodation packages.
Sea Sessions started in 2008 and has grown from strength to strength over the years. In fact the last 7 festivals have sold out well in advance and with such pent up demand 2022 should be no different. The whole party takes place right on the beach in Bundoran, Donegal and has hosted some of the biggest International acts on the circuit including the likes of Dizzee Rascal, Bastille, Dermot Kennedy, Primal Scream, Paul Weller, Clean Bandit and Picture This to name but a few. Alongside music, there’s also Ireland’s biggest Surf Comp’, Skating, BMX, Street Art, Beach Sports and much more packed into the 3 full days of partying by the beach.
Ray O’Donoghue, Festival Director says “It will be a full 3 years since the last Sea Sessions so we can’t wait to get back to full strength. We’re really happy with how the lineup is looking for 2022 and there’s a whole lot more surprises to come. We have no doubt that this will be the strongest lineup yet. Bring on The Summer.”
“It might just be the best festival in Ireland” –RTE.IE
“Still buzzing from that set at Sea Sessions. It felt so special.” – Dermot Kennedy