Other Voices Twenty ~ Fiche Bliain Ag Fás
November 25, 2021
Mango x MathMan
Please note Sunday night's show will now take place at 8pm (GMT) and Fontaines D.C. can no longer perform.
This November we're coming home to Dingle to celebrate our twentieth anniversary with you all, live + online.
Here's a look at some of the magic we have in store for you all!
Church of St James
Live + online (25 - 28 November)
Sigrid, Sam Fender, Damien Dempsey Villagers, Tolü Makay, Orla Gartland,John Grant, Kay Young, David Keenan and Mango X MathMan will all be playing songs for the head + the heart at the tiny Church of St James this year.
As always these golden tickets will not be for sale, however we will be running some competitions in the coming weeks - keep an eye on our socials for news on this soon. And remember you'll be able to watch all of these shows live via our YouTube. Subscribe now so you get the latest streaming updates.
IMRO Other Room
Online only (25 - 28 November)
We're thrilled to announce that HousePlants, Gemma Dunleavy, Stevie Appleby, Rachael Lavelle + Melts, Tebi Rex, Aimée, Sprints + Brìghde Chaimbeul will be taking to the stage in The Hillgrove this year. You'll be able to watch all of these performances online on the OV YouTube.
You can see the streaming schedule and start setting reminder now.
Other Voices Presents
Live only (26 - 28 November)
**Please note timetable changes to some Hillgrove shows below**
OV Presents will bring some of Ireland's more exciting artists for 10 live shows across the weekend in the Hillgrove + An Díseart. Here's the full list of bands joining us for OV Presents:
The Hillgrove (Tickets here)
Gemma Dunleavy, Invaderband, Sprints, Thumper, Melts, Rowan, Smoothboi Ezra, The Crayon Set, The Zen Arcade, Elaine Mai, Mango X MathMan, Nialler9, Shiv, Silverbacks, Aonair, Bricknasty, Enola Gay, N.O.A.H, Pretty Happy, prYmary colours,Tebi Rex, New Jackson, Malaki + Súil Amháin.
**Please note that N.O.A.H are no longer preforming**
An Díseart (Sold out)
Dani Larkin, Les SalAmandas, Clare Sands, Arborist, Loah, Our Krypton Son, Christian Cohle, David Kitt, Gareth Quinn Redmond, Kyle Macaulay & Nicole Ní Dhubhshláine, Trú Jack Warnock, Stevie Appleby, Ailbhe Reddy and Jack Talty.
**Please note that Trú are no longer preforming on Sunday 28 November and that Sorcha Richardson will be preforming in their place.**
Live from the Skelling Hotel (27 November) + Online (30 November + 1 December)
The Ireland's Edge crew are also back this year, with more mind tingling conversations from the Edge.
This year's edition 'Ireland's Edge - Altered States / Idir Eatarthu' will explore themes of disinformation, data privacy, climate change, the housing crisis, cultural identity, place and much more in the company of some of Ireland’s, and the world’s, foremost thinkers, policy makers, innovators, commentators and artists.
Banter at Other Voices
Live only (27 - 28 November)
We're delighted to welcome the brilliant Jim Carroll back to Dingle for the tenth edition of Banter at Other Voices.
If you're new to Banter, the concept is simple; we gather a cast of talkers, makers, do-ers and players out the back of the legendary Foxy John's bar in downtown Dingle and find out what makes them tick. Banter has become an unmissable staple of the Other Voices experience and this year will be no different.
Jim will be joined by news reporter and author Richard Chambers, Other Voices' head photographer Rich Gilligan, UCC Research Fellow Paul Deane, award-winning political correspondent Aoife Moore, music and culture writer Andrea Cleary, multi-award-winning trad musician Jack Talty, Financial Times correspondent Jude Webber and trailblazing hip-hop duo Mango X MathMan.
*Just announced* Banter will also feature music from Orla Gartland, Jack Talty, Sorcha Richardson and Nicole Ní Dhubhshláine.
This year we're moving Banter into Foxy John's lovely covered + heated beer garden to make sure we have plenty of room for everyone, however we still advise getting down early if you fancy catching one of the conversations. Full details on Banter here.
Live only (25 Nov - 1 Dec)
Tá an-áthas orainn a rá go mbeidh Cogar thar n-ais ag Other Voices i mbliana do dheireadh seachtaine an-speisialta d’ealaíon, ceol & a thuilleadh nach iad. /// We are so excited to say that Cogar returns to Other Voices this year for a very special weekend of art, music + more!
If you can’t be with us in person at this year’s festival - good news! We will once again be collapsing distance and beaming all headline performances from the Church of St James + IMRO Other Room around the globe via the OV YouTube and socials.
We’re so looking forward to seeing you all back in West Kerry this November. Thank you for your patience and support so far. We have loads more surprises planned for you so stay tuned pals.
We know this year's format is a little different so we've created a list of Other Voices Twenty FAQ's here on ticketing, capacities and more.
COVID-19 + Entry
In line with current public health guidelines all attendees must provide either proof of full vaccination or that they have recovered from COVID-19 in the past six months.
Venue staff will check COVID-19 vaccination and recovery certificates on entry. Young people under the age of 18, accompanied by adults, are not required to show proof of vaccination or recovery. You may be asked to show a photo ID.
In line with current Government guidelines, we ask that patrons practice social distancing and wear a face covering when not seated for discussions or performances.
South Wind Blows and Other Voices are dedicated to ensuring compliance with all government guidelines during COVID-19 and to ensure the health & safety of all guests, artists and staff.
These requirements are subject to change and we will communicate any changes as directed and informed by the public health guidelines.
OV Anniversary Merch
You can now shop the full range of OV Anniversary merch including scarves, prints, sweatshirts and our beautiful limited edition photo book now. Here's some of our top picks or you can browse the collection here.
The St James Church Restoration Fund
For twenty years St James’ Church has been Other Voices’ spiritual home. Its doors have welcomed everyone from Amy Winehouse to Young Fathers, St Vincent to The National and beyond, not to mention the hundreds of you who have been lucky enough to have ‘The Church’ experience. It’s been home to so many magic moments and after two decades the building is in need of care and we would ask you to consider donating to The St James' Church Restoration Fund to help keep this historic space lit up for another two decades.You can donate here.
Other Voices is made possible with the support of The Department of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media, Kerry County Council, Tourism Ireland, IMRO, RTÉ, Jones Engineering Group and eir.
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This November, after two years of distance, we’re thrilled to announce we’re coming home to Dingle to celebrate our twentieth year, live and online. We have some incredible new voices + old friends joining us to celebrate two decades of the magic of Other Voices.