More international and local acts have been added to the three day line-up of Dublin's new Longitude Festival, taking place in Marlay Park in July.
The Maccabees, Gold Panda, Hudson Taylor, Le Galaxie and Laura Mvula have all been added to the line-up, as well as Tribes, Milo Greene, Dutch Uncles, Soak, Leaders of Men and King Krule.
Kool Thing, London Grammar, Japandroids, Blue Hawaii, Drenge, Matt Corby, Ofei, Milo Greene and East India Youth complete the line-up of the three-day festival which runs from July 19 - 21.
The headline acts for the festival were all announced earlier this year. Phoenix, Foals, Django, Django, Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs (TEED) and Jessie Ware take to the stage on the first day of the festival, Friday July 19.
Lots of up-and-coming acts will play the Friday, including Jake Bugg, AlunaGeorge, Tom Odell, MMOTHS and Vondelpark.
Brit Award winner Tom Odell
Vampire Weekend, Villagers, The Maccabees and Kodaline headline the Saturday, while Kraftwerk (in 3D), The Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Hot Chip and SBTRKT (DJ set) will close the festival on the Sunday.
The Yeah Yeah Yeahs
A full day-by-day breakdown is available on Longitude.ie. No camping is permitted for the festival, which offers daily tickets at a cost of €54.50 (including booking fee) and weekend tickets for €149.50 (including booking fee).