Sea Sessions, Ireland’s number 1 surf and music festival, has announced the first wave of acts for 2023. Kasabian, Becky Hill and The Coronas are set to headline the 3 day festival taking place in Bundoran from 16th – 18th June. Cian Ducrot, Girls of the Internet, Grooverider, Katie Phelan, King Kong Company, MC Fokus, Odhran Murphy, Ryan Mack and Zion Train have also been announced for Ireland’s Biggest Beach Party – with many more to be announced.
Tickets are available from all Ticketmaster outlets nationwide, www.ticketmaster.ie and www.seasessions.com. Priced from €139.90 for 3 days and €174.90 including 4 nights camping. There’s also Surfers Bar (VIP) upgrades available from €60 extra. Early bird tickets go on sale this Friday at 9.30am.
Ray O’Donoghue, Festival Director says “We’re absolutely thrilled to announce such strong headliners for Sea Sessions 2023. KASABIAN headline 50,000 capacity festivals in the UK so to finally get them to headline Sea Sessions is such a great honour. BECKY HILL is one of those artists whose star is rising, she’s definitely on the up and up and we’re really looking forward to her high energy show. THE CORONAS are back for the first time in over 5 years with loads more Irish and International acts on this announcement and believe us there’s plenty more to come. We can’t wait for summer 2023.”
Sea Sessions started in 2008 and has grown from strength to strength over the years – the last 8 festivals have sold out well in advance and 2023 should be no different. The whole party takes place right beside the beach in Bundoran, Donegal and has hosted some of the biggest International acts on the circuit including the likes of Dermot Kenedy, Tinie Tempah, Bastille, Clean Bandit, Primal Scream, Paul Weller and Picture This to name but a few. Alongside music, there’s also Ireland’s biggest Surf Competition, Skating, BMX, Street Art, Beach Sports and much more packed into the 3 full days of partying by the beach.
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