Full breakdown and further acts revealed for Indiependence 2015

It’s nearly that time of year again … festival season!

And to celebrate we’ve got the full day to day breakdown and a list of further acts announced for Indiependence 2015.

Drumroll please …

Basement Jaxx will headline the Friday night, Ash on Saturday and Kodaline on Sunday along with The Dandy Warhols.

Live additions to the line-up include Mark Lanegan Band, Cloud Castle Lake, Maud in Cahoots, Columbia Mills, Otherkin, Voxx, Five Go Down to the Sea and The Would Be’s.

The DJ sets will see Fish Go Deep, Colm K, Stevie G, Mother, Eddie Kay and Anne Byrne taking to the decks in the Bier Halle, along with the hugely popular Silent Disco.

The Comedy tent will see acts such as PJ Gallagher, Fred Cooke, Daniel Sloss, Kai Humphries, Totally Wired and Foil, Arms & Hog take to the stage.

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The eclectic programme will take over the Spoken Word Stage opening with screenings by the Undergound Dare Media Film Festival followed by performance poetry sessions: Wasps Vs Humans, Manchester poet Mike Garry and Jinx Lennon will be joined by Bubba Shakespeare, Stephen James Smith, Sean Dennehy, Julie Goo and Captain Moonlight.

The festival have also announced that they will be releasing a limited number of day tickets available from this friday May 15, priced at €49 including booking fee.

There are also options to glamp in style with these very fancy camping pods.

Oooohhhhh aaahhhhhh - count us in!

Weekend camping tickets are also now on sale for €119 and are available from the festival website www.indiependencefestival.com and www.tickets.ie

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