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Latest News

Young Fathers played a truly incredible show in the Church of St James for OV 13, and have now announced a Dublin date. They'll play The Academy on March the 26th, with tickets priced at €20.65 including booking fee. Do it! Tickets : http://www.ticketmaster.ie/young-fathers-dublin-03-26-2015/event/18004E2...

All We Are will play The Workmans club on Saturday, March 14th. Tickets €15 on sale now. Any of you who caught All We Are in Dingle will want to grab some tickets! Fantastic band, we predict big things for these guys in 2015. Tickets HERE: http://www.ticketmaster.ie/all-we-are-dublin-03-14-2015/event/18004D81B8...

On Sunday at Other Voices, music is our church. But before we get to the actual church St. James, there's plenty of music to be had on the music trail. The Clare/Limerick via Zimbabwe rap group God Knows and Mynameisjohn shake open our muscles and our minds in the afternoon before the chats at Jim Carroll's Banter series in the back room of Foxy John's. They forgo the use if mics and utilise high stools instead for a high energy performance that finds a more natural home later that evening in the marquee of An Chonair, as young children and their family dance around to the high kineticism of

Saturday in Dingle during Other Voices is hard to resist. The town is taken by a sky that alternates between spurting out rain and dry spells, an uneven clime that makes the many idiosyncratic establishments of Dingle a likely draw from the flannel-shirt-selling Curran's Pub to An Cúl Ghairdín where a crepe is easily devoured to Foxy John's where, this weekend, not only can you buy a kettle, rent a bike and have a great pint of Guinness but you could also find Jim Carroll grilling some guests under the Banter banner in the back room like RTE2 boss Bill Malone, mural artist Joe Caslin and

The team at Other Voices might be 100 people deep who have been working for months on bringing the TV show back to the ring of Kerry every year but there's one variable they can't control: the weather. It's not called the Wild Atlantic Way for nothing. Inch beach is a pertinent reminder on the trip to Dingle from Kerry airport of this wildness as the dark green majesty of the waves hit the bay and makes nice weather for opportunistic kitesurfers. Warming up with the cold outside But if it's ferocious outside, it's breezeless inside the doors of John Curran's pub on the Main Street in Dingle

Spotify

If you are looking for a way to listen to some Other Voices tunes before heading down to Dingle, you can now follow us over on Spotify where you'll find our albums from Series 7 onwards. Make sure to check out our Music Trail playlist which features some of the acts playing in Dingle over the weekend such as Wyvern Lingo, Colm Mac Con Iomaire, Lethal Dialect and Delorentos. Follow this link: http://open.spotify.com/user/othervoiceslive

All Roads

It's time to plan your road trip to Dingle and plot your Music Trail route! With over thirty acts playing the Music Trail this weekend it might be a struggle to pick which acts you want to see. To help you make the big decisions we've teamed up with Agility and WebOvation to create All Roads Lead to Dingle. Check out the site to find out more about the Music Trail venues and see which bands Una Mullally is recommending. http://www.othervoices.ie/allroads/ Video of All Roads Lead To Dingle :: Music Trail 2014

Ben Howard

We are delighted to announce that Ben Howard will return to Dingle for Other Voices Series 13! Ben will join Ibeyi , King Creosote , The Lost Brothers , Buke and Gase , Young Fathers , Damien Rice , Wild Beasts , Melanie De Biasio , Delorentos , All We Are , Jessie Ware and Walking On Cars in St. James' Church. You can now view the full day by day breakdown for the Music Trail and St. James' on the poster below.

St James'

We've got a full weekend pass for you and a friend up for grabs! To be in with a chance to win simply tell us why you should win a weekend pass to Other Voices . All entries should be sent to ' info@othervoices.ie ' with 'Take Me To Dingle' in the subject line. The competition is open until 12 pm on Monday 8th of December. Good Luck!!

Jessie Ware

We're delighted to welcome Jessie Ware and The Lost Brothers to St. James' Church. English singer-songwriter Jessie Ware will bring her soul-pop music to Dingle for the first time. Her debut album Devotion was nominated for a Mercury in 2012. Her highly anticipated second album Tough Love is out now. The Lost Brothers released their fourth album New Songs of Dawn and Dust in October and have been busy touring since. They will bring their soothing harmonies to the church.