Cois Fharraige festival tickets on sale tomorrow

Cois Fharraige festival tickets on sale tomorrow

Tickets for Cois Fharraige with Sony Ericsson festival will go on sale tomorrow, Friday June 13 at 9am from Ticketmaster outlets nationwide.

Early bird three-day festival tickets are priced €79.50 including booking fee up to August 11.

This year’s festival will run from September 5-7, and features live music from Irish and international acts combined with west coast sea culture.

The bill includes Travis, Supergrass, The Zutons, The Futureheads, Seasick Steve, The Corona’s, 28 Costumes and more to be announced shortly, all performing in the intimate surroundings of the town of Kilkee, Co Clare overlooking the Atlantic Ocean.

Last year’s festival sold out in advance and ended the year winning the title of Best New Festival 2007 in the Irish Festival Awards.

“Cois Fharraige with Sony Ericsson is an innovative boutique music and surf festival and a perfect partnership for the Sony Ericsson Walkman phone brand,” said Russell Keating, marketing manager, Sony Ericsson UK & Ireland.

“We have very ambitious plans for Cois Fharraige this year and we believe it will be a festival to remember.”

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