Promising yet another weekend-long blitz of “pop-up concerts and performances in various different shops and outdoors spaces between Barrack Street and Shandon Street, presented by some of the most exciting and essential artists in music, theatre and dance” the first acts have been revealed to perform at Cork’s Quarter Block Party next year.
Returning to various venues in North and South Main Street for its fourth outing across Friday, February 2 to Sunday, February 4. Some of our favourites include Dublin three-piece Percolator, Waterford five-pice O Emperor, Dublin scuzzy indie-rockers Pillow Queens, comedian Alison Spittle, French dance production Gerro, Minos and Him, indie-Americana outfit Tandem Felix, Cork neo-psych act The Sunshine Factory, Lo-fi Cork bedroom project Lowlek comes to live with a six-piece pop arrangement. As well as this, Hawkbastard, Rory Francis O'Brien, Cal Folger Day, Davy Kehoe, Robbie Kitt, Andy Wilson & The Toys, Bad Bones, Fuzzy Hell, Pale Rivers, Damsel, Elaine Malone, HEX, Postcard Versions, God Alone and Powpig.
New show Slumber, featuring music from David Kitt and Anna Mieke, as well as dancers & spoken word artists.
Weekend tickets for the festival – priced at €45 for a weekend pass, €25 for day tickets and €15 for O Emperor – go on on Friday, November 10 here.