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Here Are The Beatyard Stage Times For This Weekend

By Kiara Keane

August 2, 2019 at 11:22am

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The bank holiday weekend is finally upon us which means Beatyard is about to kick off with two whole days of music and entertainment.

Taking place this Saturday, August 3, and Sunday, August 4, in Dún Laoghaire Harbour, headliners include Groove Armada, Grandmaster Flash, Chvrches and a whole load more.

There’s boat parties running both afternoons at 3pm and 5pm which you can book tickets for here (although they’re selling out quick), a Gamesyard with everything from arcades to bingo and mini golf, and a Kidsyard with entertainment running from 12pm to 6pm each day.

 

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Tickets for both days are still on sale, so it's not too late to get booking if you're looking for something to do this bank holiday weekend.

The Lighthouse in Dún Laoghaire and Wigwam in town will also be hosting afterparties each night which you can book for €15 here.

Now, take a look at the line-up for each day below and get planning…

Saturday

Bodytonic Main Stage

13.15 – Dublin Circus Project
14.30 – Zaska
15.45 – Jafaris
17:00 – Soulé
18:15 – Joel Culpepper
19:45 – Todd Terje (DJ Set)
21:15 – Groove Armada Live

Wigwam Stage

13.00 – FAMILY RAVE
14.30 – Fleetmac Wood
16.00 – Icarus (DJ Set)
17.00 – DJ Yoda
18.30 – Leon Vynehall
20.00 – Mount Kimbie (DJ Set)
21.00 – Grandmaster Flash

Sunday

Bodytonic Main Stage

13.15 – Playlist Choir
14.30 – David Kitt
15.45 – Erica-Cody
17:00 – The Congos
18:30 – Marc Rebillet
20.00 – Jungle
21.30 – CHVRCHES

Wigwam stage

13.00 – FAMILY RAVE
14.00 – Toshín
15.00 – Miss Kate
16.00 – PrYmary Colours
17.00 – New Jackson (DJ Set)
18.30 – SG Lewis (DJ Set)
19.30 – Greg Wilson
21.00 – Krystal Klear

 

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You can find more details about the line-up and other entertainment on the Beatyard website.

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