Ash have been announced as Friday headliners for this year's Stendhal Festival, which takes place in the Roe Valley, Northern Ireland, on Friday 11th and Saturday 12th August 2017.
Also announced are Irish folk hero Sharon Shannon, German electronica icon Ulrich Schnauss ft. Nat Urazmetova, Parisian/Manhattan Electro swing act Ginkgoa, fast rising home-grown star Ciaran Lavery, plus The Four of Us, Anthony Toner, Jealous of the Birds, Ryan Vail, Ryan McMullan, Paddy Nash, Joshua Burnside, Rosborough, Susie Blue, No Oil Paintings, Roe, Hiva Oa, John Street Band, Emma Lusby, Bror, Chloe McAllister, Basork, Conor Mason, Isobel Anderson, Rackhouse Pilfer, and The Burning Glass.
Stendhal Organiser Ross Parkhill told The Irish News: "We are really pleased to be welcoming so many top acts to Stendhal again this year. Last year was by far and away our best year ever so we have been working incredibly hard in the knowledge that we have to top it. The first part of the music line-up I think shows that we are on our way to doing that and that Stendhal is once again going to be the most unmissable music event in Northern Ireland this summer."
Tickets are currently on sale, priced at £45 including camping. Family tickets, day tickets and campervan are also available.
In addition to the music on show over four stages, Stendhal Festival will also play host to a varied family programme of events for the kids to enjoy, art work, sculpture, a craft market, digital art installations, a fun fair and many more wee surprises.
The festival intends to ensure the audience is kept undercover in the event of inclement weather.
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