Phase One Music & Art Festival

Phase One 2013
The Phase One Electronic Music and Art Festival is back this Easter bank holiday weekend April 19 and 20. The inaugural event last year got excellent reviews from both Irish and international media and the feedback from all those who attended has been 100% positive.

The Phase One Electronic Music and Art Festival is back this Easter bank holiday weekend April 19 and 20. The inaugural event last year got excellent reviews from both Irish and international media and the feedback from all those who attended has been 100% positive.

Taking place in The Dock, Carrick-on-Shannon, and attracting up to 1,000 people over the weekend, the festival boasts three main stages both inside and outside the historic former courthouse and a wide range of extra attractions such as visual art exhibitions, film screenings, workshops, talks and some really fun family friendly daytime activities including the afternoon ‘Baby Bop’ event.

The 2014 line up features the internationally acclaimed artists Terranova (Ger), Andrea Parker (UK), Sid le Rock(CAN) and some of the best in Irish producers and DJs including White Collar Boy, Daithi, King Kong Company, SlowPlaceLikeHome, Nialler9, Nanu Nanu, Sounds of the System Breakdown, Donal Dineen, CLU music and many more.

Phase One offers something unique to lovers of electronic music and art blending the very best in established names from Ireland and abroad with a host up and coming music artists. Add to this the many different master classes, talks and industry forums based around electronic media and you have the perfect weekend event of all fans of Electronic music and media art. No other festival in Ireland offers this opportunity. No need then to pack your wellingtons then as there are many very affordable accommodation options available though it is advisable to book accommodation early. Check out www.phaseonefestival.com for further information.

Tickets for the festival are available through tickets.ie and are limited so book early. Day tickets can be purchased for just €38.50 including booking fee and weekend tickets are only €68.50 including booking fee.

The festival is supported by the Arts Council of Ireland.