Mumford and Sons to play Open House Festival
Mumford & Sons
Monday 6th September
Festival Marquee, Custom House Square, Belfast
Access to food court, bar, funky festival sideshows and No Alibis book tent from 6pm
Marquee doors 7.30pm // Unseated // Strictly over 18s only
Confirmed artists so far include:
- Modest Mouse
- Iron & Wine
- Seasick Steve
- White Lies
- Old Crow Medicine Show
- Dave Rawlings Machine
- The Felice Brothers
- The Low Anthem
- Field Music
- Nathaniel Rateliff
- Panama Kings
- Captain Cameron
- Peggy Sue
- Joe Pug
- Morgan O' Kane & Ferd 4
- Chess Club DJs O
- AU DJs
- + Hayseed Dixie at ChilliFest
All hail to the Americana gig of the year. The Dave Rawlings Machine, fronted by long-time musical partner of Americana singer songwriter Gillian Welch, play an exclusive Irish debut at this year’s Open House Festival in Belfast on Saturday 11th September. Sharing the stage will be musical compadres, Old Crow Medicine Show, creating the perfect union of “old-time string music and punk swagger.”
Tickets are just £20 online from www.openhousefestival.com and feature our recession-friendly booking policy - no booking fees, no transaction charges and no hidden costs.
Another exciting addition to the festival line-up is Lissie, the “guitar toting Americana lovechild”, marking her first visit to Belfast. She appears on Wednesday 8th September in the intimate surroundings of McHughs basement bar, with new local boys Napoleon.
Other artists recently announced include Seasick Steve, Wilco, Low Anthem, The Felice Brothers and Field Music – more acts to follow.
The 12th annual Open House Festival will take place from 7th – 12th September 2010, throughout the arts & cultural flavoured Cathedral Quarter. The main festival venue will be the new 2,000 capacity festival marquee in Custom House Square – the biggest music marquee ever to be erected on the site.