Stage times and new acts announced for this weekend's Longitude festival

Another weekend, another top notch festival in this country of ours.

This year’s Longitude festival is taking place in Dublin’s Marlay Park and welcomes acts such as The Weekend, Mumford and Sons and Picture This to the stage.

Stage times and new acts announced for this weekend's Longitude festival

If you’re attending, here’s what you need to know:

New Acts:

Earlier today The festival announced that Earl Sweathshirt had to cancel his set due to unforeseen circumstances. Pusha T will be taking his place.

All Tvvins, Wyvern Lingo, BARQ, Brave Giant and COLUMBIA MILLS have all also been added to the lineup.

Stage times:

Stage times and new acts announced for this weekend's Longitude festival

General Stuff:

Large bags and backpacks will not be allowed into the festival, only small bags measuring no bigger than A4 will be permitted into the event.

Any item(s) which may be reasonably considered for use as a weapon, or which may cause danger or disruption to any other persons at the event, will be confiscated.

Bags smaller than A4 will be searched on entry, to avoid lengthy queues we strongly advise that you do not bring a bag.

There will be no cloakroom or storage facilities.

No one under 16 will be allowed in without an adult, and security will be checking ID.

There will be a strict NO Alcohol Policy implemented on all public transport and private buses travelling to the venue. If you arrive to the venue intoxicated you will not be permitted entry.

Wristband exchange is only for people with 2 day or 3 day tickets. Wristbands removed from the wrist or tampered with in any way will be deemed invalid and will not be replaced.

There is no re-admission to single day ticket holders.

And of course there are a list of banned items:

    Fold up chairs (Garden furniture) or shooting sticks

    umbrellas

    selfie sticks

    flares/fireworks

    laser pens

    megaphone/air horns

    aerosols, spray cans

    smoke & gas canisters

    nitrous oxide & any associated equipment

    glass

    drones

    Chinese lanterns

    sound systems

    unofficial tabards/high viz.

    Illegal/unidentifiable substances, “legal highs”, herbal highs or NoS.

    Anything that can be perceived as a weapon or which could cause danger or disruption to any other persons at the event.

    Professional cameras with a detachable lens, recording equipment or Go Pro’s.

    Note that catering and bar facilities are available inside the venue. NO ALCOHOL OR DRINKS are permitted to be brought into the venue with the exception of up to 500ml of soft drinks in a sealed plastic bottle.

    Animals with the exception of guide dogs.

    Excessive amounts of cigarettes.

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