In a case of keeping it Semple, Tipp Classical has been rebranded as Féile '19, with Sinéad O'Connor, Sultans of Ping, Horslips, Therapy?, The Stunning and Something Happens among the headliners for the two-day Tipperary festival in September.

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This year's festival takes place in Semple Stadium, Thurles from September 20 to 21, with the line-up curated by Something Happens frontman Tom Dunne.

"Last year's Féile was the gig of the year for me and all the bands involved," he said. 

"So, to see this line-up with the original Féile name back is very exciting. Féile to everyone means Thurles, Semple Stadium, the early 90's, mad crowds, great fun and a truly wonderful generation of great Irish bands.

"This year's line-up is better still. You will laugh. You will cry. It is time once again to… get the gang back together! This will be special."

Tom Dunne - "Mad crowds, great fun and a truly wonderful generation of great Irish bands"

Fans have been promised "a very special tribute" to The Pogues' frontman Shane MacGowan at this year's festival, and also on the bill are The Stunning, The Frank and Walters, Mundy, The Fat Lady Sings, EMF, Eleanor McEvoy, Picturehouse and many more.

Tickets, priced €80, are on sale now with full details, and information on camping and more, available at: tippclassical.com.

Have a look back at Féile '90 above, and Féile '92 and '94 below:

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