The Countdown is on for

Féile ’19 taking place

this weekend at Semple Stadium

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The final stage timetable has been confirmed for this weekend’s festival which will host a world beating range of  Irish performers including Sinead O’Connor, The Stunning, Horslips and Sultans of Ping and some very special guests.

Curated by Tom Dunne, FÉILE ‘19 will see one of the strongest Irish music line-ups ever assembled take to the stage at Semple Stadium this weekend.

 Iconic acts including Sinéad O’Connor performing the songs of Shane Mac Gowan Horslips, The Stunning, Eleanor McEvoy, The Fat Lady Sings, The Pale, Picturehouse, The Frank & Walters, Sultans of Ping, and Therapy? just to name a few will take the stage with 90’s icons Transvision Vamp’s Wendy James and (Unbeliveable!) EMF joining the party

Your hosts across the weekend will include Tom Dunne, Jerry Fish,Dustin the Turkey and tons of classic clips from Feile TV !

 The festival has just announced the finer details of what is set to be a great weekend with the opening acts being Picturehouse on the Friday and Mundy on Saturday kicking off 2 huge days respectively on the main stage . Before that Tipp’s finest The 2 Johnnies and Paul Collins will host a very special “ Up for Feile” Show at the dome kicking off at 4pm with interviews and craic from a host of familiar Feile Faces.

 Food will also be a big part of the line-up over the weekend with the Food for Life festival area, curated by renowned Michelin Star chef Kevin Thornton, open until 2am each day. A variety of Ireland’s finest food establishments from Shaka Poké  to LaLa Poutine will be there tickling the taste buds of festival goers along with a bespoke cocktail menu from Dingle Gin, Tullamore Dew and the barefoot wines prosecco tent.

 The Féile ’19 festival gates will open at 3pm on Friday and 2pm on Saturday with limited tickets available on the door each day. For those setting up camp for the weekend, the campsite will open from 10am on Friday morning at Croaghs Athletic pitch.

 And the news coming direct from Phily Ryan’s pub in Nenagh is that Shane Mac Gowan is feeling fine and hoping to join Sinead on Friday night!

 So Get the gang back together and head to Thurles where the craic has always been 90’s!

Above are the stage times & below is our festival map

 
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