Borderline poster
Credit: Singular Artists

NEWS: Borderline, a new emerging artist festival announced for Dublin February.

Borderline will take place on 15th and 16th February 2024 in the Workman’s Club in Dublin. It’ s stated aim is to:
“shine a light on emerging talent breaking through: focusing on left-of-centre, forward-facing artists that are pushing boundaries. Borderline will give each artist a new platform to showcase their music to an Irish audience.

Borderline is not just an event; it’s a celebration of creativity, pushing the boundaries of artistic expression and introducing audiences to the vanguard of the international and Irish music scenes.”

Artists participating from Ireland include Cardinals, EFÉ, Enola Gay, Mount Palomar and Spider. They will be joined by artists from further afield including Anthony Szmierek, Fat Dog, Kai Bosch, Lambrini Girls, Maruja, Miso Extra, Sans Souci, Spider and University over two days in the Workman’s Club in Dublin. The festival is put together by Singular Artists and at 20 Euros for a two day ticket is incredible value. Tickets will be on public sale on Friday 1st December.

For more information check out the website and instagram.

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