More acts announced for this year’s Sea Sessions

Wild Youth, Jax Jones and Hermitage Green have been added to this year’s Sea Sessions line-up.

The festival, in its eighth year, continuously sells out and continues to grow in popularity.

Top acts such as luminaries as Paul Weller, Dizzee Rascal, Bastille, Tinie Tempah, Bastille, Seasick Steve, Example, Walking on Cars and Picture This have all played the Bundoran beach side.

Also added to the bill are viral comedians The 2 Johnnies, who are currently embarking on their 'Get Loose' tour around the country.

The newly announced acts join headliners, Sigrid, Clean Bandit and Two Door Cinema Club.

The surf and music festival will take place from June 21 - 23.

Tickets are on sale now via Ticketmaster.ie and Seasessions.com.

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