Kodaline to ring in New Year with new festival set for Dublin

Kodaline to ring in New Year with new festival set for Dublin

A new three day festival has been announced to celebrate New Year’s Eve in Dublin.

Organisers hope up to 200,000 people will visit the festival, which will be held on city streets and aims to rival other large European cities.

Kodaline will ring in 2015 at the New Year's Countdown Concert, along with special guest James Vincent McMorrow.

There will be a range of other events over the three days, including a music trail, a food village in Dublin Castle and a procession of light through the city.


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