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Taking place from 31st May – 2nd June on the grounds of Beaulieu House, Drogheda, Co. Louth, Vantastival has a fantastic mix of musical acts, comedy, yoga, culture and even a dog show!
Vantastival’s BYOB policy means that your costs are kept to a minimum. The festival has also adopted a green policy meaning that no disposable plastic cups will be used at the Bar,( Eco Cups will be available or patrons can bring their own) and food traders will be utilising compostable foodware.
This is a one of a kind festival which has an emphasis on the campervan lifestyle but festival-goers are welcome to camp if they wish with both standard and boutique camping options available.
Friday 31st May
Dundalk-based singer-songwriter influenced by the likes of Neil Young and Paolo Nutini who has recently released the beautifully crafted “Even Flow” .
18.20 – Firestone Music Station Stage
Saturday 1st June
Dundalk five-piece Just Mustard are influenced by the likes of Aphex Twin, Joy Division and Pixies, but ultimately they create a sound that is distinctly their own.
20.15 – Main Stage
Inspired by bands like Pixies and The Cranberries, Pillow Queens mix their amazing vocal style with eccentric guitar riffs.
21.25 – Main Stage
Indie-dance artist Donal Quinn counts Arctic Monkeys and The Strokes among his influences but there are also elements of Mike Skinner and Mark E. Smith in there too.
15.10 – Firestone Music Station Stage
Fantastic Dublin based acoustic-pop-rock trio, for fans of Mumford & Sons and Kodaline.
19.25 – Firestone Music Station Stage
Indie-folk artist Little Oak writes heartfelt lyrics, accompanied by remarkably soulful vocals.
5.30 – Glasshouse Stage
Sunday 2nd June
Reggae-influenced acoustic grooves from Topso paired with their stunningly deep lyrics.
18.20 – Main Stage
Indie-electronic act who are inspired by LCD Soundsystem, Air and The 1975 to name but a few! A stellar live act!
13.20 – Woodland Stage
Singer, songwriter and pianist Farah Elle creates tunes with an arabian influence, however her 2016 collaboration with Bantum proves her diversity as an performer.
19.45 – Woodland Stage