• Longitude 2022

    As jam-packed, star-studded annual blow-outs go, Longitude really takes some beating. After a couple of years of cancellations as a result of the pandemic, the festival returns to Dublin’s Marlay Park from 1st-3rd July with another blinding bill. Brimming with the cream of the crop in the world of hip-hop and beyond, this year’s bill features everyone from Tyler, the Creator, Dave and Megan Thee Stallion, to A$AP Rocky, Playboi Carti and the Kid Laroi. And that’s barely scratching the surface. Back-to-back with the likes of Polo G, Mabel, Baby Keem and Jack Harlow are homegrown heroes including Rejjie Snow, Kojaque and the…

  • Tyler, The Creator, Megan Thee Stallion & More for Longitude

    Longitude has revealed the first acts set to perform this summer. When it returns to Marlay Park in Dublin across July 1st-3rd, the festival will host headliners Tyler, The Creator, Dave, Megan Thee Stallion, A$AP Rocky, Doja Cat and The Kid Laroi among others. Check out the full first line-up announcement below. Priced at €99.50 for day passes and €239.50 for the weekend, tickets for Longitude 2022 go on sale this Friday, 4th February at 9am.

  • Longitude Announce Kendrick Lamar, Tyler The Creator, A$AP ROCKY and More

    Sure, Summer 2021 feels a long while away, but with announcements like this we’re more than happy to wait. Longitude have revealed headliners Kendrick Lamar, Tyler, The Creator and A$AP ROCKY among the first names for next year’s outing. Having had to postpone this year’s outing, the festival returns to Marlay Park in Dublin across July 2-4. Lil Uzi Vert, AJ Tracey, Megan Thee Stallion, Playboi Carti and Doja Cat are also among the first names confirmed to perform. Check out the full line-up below. Tickets go on sale at 9am on Friday, December 4th, ranging from €89.50 (Day Tickets) to…

  • Tyler, The Creator, Kendrick Lamar, A$AP Rocky and More Announced for Longitude 2020

    Talk about a first line-up announcement. Kendrick Lamar, Tyler, The Creator and A$AP Rocky are among the first names announced to play next year’s Longitude festival. Returning to Marlay Park in Dublin across July 3-5, the festival have also revealed the following in the first line-up announcement: J Hus, AJ Tracey, Young Thug, Dababy, Aitch, Playboi Carti, Lil Tecca, Mabel, Charli CXC, Jay1, Earthgang, Pop Smoke, IDK and Santi. More acts are to be announced. See the day-by-day headliner breakdown below. Friday July 3rd: Kendrick Lamar & J Hus Saturday July 4th: Tyler, The Creator & AJ Tracey Sunday July…

  • Cardi B, Vince Staples, Anne-Marie and More For Longitude

    Cardi B and Vince Staples are among the twelve new names added to the bill for this year’s Longitude. Also joining the likes of Chance the Rapper, A$AP Rocky, Future, Brockhampton and Rae Sremmurd are new additions Anne-Marie, Gunna, Trippie Redd, Flatbush Zombies, AJ Tracey, JPEGMAFIA, J.I.D, Jimothy, H.E.R and Joey Purp. Cardi B will join Future as a headliner on Sunday night. Longitude takes place across July 5-7. Day-to-day breakdowns will be revealed in the coming weeks. Ranging from €79.50 to €199.50, tickets are on sale now.

  • Chance the Rapper, A$AP Rocky, Future and More For Longitude 2019

    Chance the Rapper, A$AP Rocky and Future are among the first names announced to play next year’s Longitude. Returning to Dublin’s Marlay Park from Friday June 5 to Sunday July 7, the festival have once pulled out the stops for a big first reveal. With more acts to be revealed, Brockhampton, Rae Sremmurd, Lil Uzi Vert, Juice WRLD, Versatile, Aminé, Denzel Curry, $uicideBoy$, Lil Baby, Sheck Wes, Clairo, Slowthai and Flohio were also announced. Weekend tickets – which are charged at €189.50 – go on sale this Friday from 9am. Day ticket info to come.

  • First Acts Announced for Longitude 2018

    Set to return to Marlay Park across July 13-15, the first acts to play this year’s Longitude Festival have been announced. With J. Cole, Travis Scott and Solange (pictured) set to headline Friday, Saturday and Sunday respectively, the following acts will also perform: Migos, Post Malone, Diplo, Tyler, The Creator, Anderson .Paak & The Free Nationals, Sampha, Khalid, Cardi B, Giggs, J Hus, Joey Bada$$, The Internet, Lil Pump, blackbear, 6LACK, Ibeyi Jacob Banks, Kali Uchis, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, Princess Nokia, Mabel, Big Shaq, Belly, Naaz and Bas. With more acts still to be announced, tickets (which range from €69.50…

  • Longitude 2017

    With an increasingly younger and more hectic audience, Longitude takes to Marley Park for its fifth year. Originally established as an indie pop festival drawing headliners such as Vampire Weekend and Yeah Yeah Yeahs, line ups have taken a sharp left turn over the last couple years turning Longitude into Ireland’s primary two-day hip-hop party with a Sunday addition of a folk day. The increased crowds and popularity of the festival cause serious issues on the Friday with entrance queues lasting hours and constant mini human landslides being led by the post-Leaving Cert demographic filing through the gates. Dua Lipa’s…

  • Festival Mixtape: Longitude 2017

    Set to return to Dublin’s Marlay Park across July 14-16, the bill for this year’s Longitude is yet another mix of hip-hop, pop and indie. Headlined by Stormzy, The Weeknd (pictured) and Mumford and Sons, the focus is on some big names, divvied by some more under-the-radar acts and some homegrown sounds. Ahead of this year’s outing, here’s our annual festival mixtape, featuring Tom Misch, JP Cooper, Milky Chance and more. Go here to buy tickets to Longitude 2017.

  • Stormzy Announced As Friday Night Longitude Headliner

    With the Weeknd and Mumford and Sons recently announced as Saturday and Sunday night headliners respectively, it’s just been announced that grime trailblazer Stormzy will headline the Friday night of this year’s Longitude Festival at Dublin’s Marlay Park across July 14-16. Ahead of further announcements, go here to check out the other acts set to play this year’s festival. Tickets for Longitude 2017 go on sale tomorrow 9am, priced €189.50 for weekend tickets, €129.50 for two-day tickets and €69.50 for day tickets.