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Summer starts at Kaleidoscope

After its inaugural sellout in 2019, the Kaleidoscope Music and Arts Festival is back, featuring an exciting line-up of music, meditation, sport, fun and games the whole family will love.

The three-day carnival of colour will take place at the historical grounds of Russborough House, Blessington, Co Wicklow from June 24 to 26, with headliners like Feeder, James Morrison, Lyra and Dec Pierce’s Block Rockin Beats to grace the stage.

Kids will be excited about the festival’s biggest (literally) attraction, The World’s Largest Bouncy Castle, as well as the Cinema Under the Stars, the Scrumdiddlyumptious Festival of Food, and athletic activities like tug-of-war, go-karts, paddleboarding, kayaking, a daily 5k run and even welly-throwing competitions.

But there’s plenty for parents to do too, including yoga and tai chi classes in the wall garden and a visit to the Woodland Spa for a massage. Or, if you’re looking for something the whole family can do together, there’s family football matches, three-legged races and more.

The line-up
A whole bunch of Irish acts are performing at Kaleidoscope this year. Here’s the line-up:

James Morrison
Dec Pierce’s Block Rockin Beats
Camille O’Sullivan
Ryan McMullan
Tim Chadwick
Dublin Gospel Choir
Bobbi Arlo
Lisa McHugh
Ryan Sheridan
Brian Deady
Odhran Murphy
Noah and Don Martin
Bird on the Wire
King Kong Company
DJ Yoda
Greg Wilson

Buy tickets

Tickets are available to purchase now at http://www.kaleidoscopefestiva... or ticketmaster.ie.

Enjoy a fun-filled fest in the summer sun, dancing away to your favourite tunes with your little ones, indulging in delicious food and trying out new activities like laughter yoga, archery, and a skate park.