The Divine Comedy will be bringing their eclectic sounds to the main stage of the Kaleidoscope Festival this year as they and Jerry Fish’s Electric Sideshow are the latest acts to be added to the lineup.
The Alledoscope Music & Arts Festival will take place June 24-26 at Rusborough House, Co Wicklow, and features top acts like Feeder, James Morrison, Lyra, and a live set of Deck Pierce’s block rockin’ beats.
Jerry Fish holds the high position of ringmaster of the entire festival, and will make the main stage his home for the weekend – hosting, performing and welcoming special guests on stage.
The festival bills itself as a family-friendly event and will even feature baby raves, oatmeal parties, and laughter yoga, among dozens of activities to cover all ages.
Festival-goers will be treated to three days of music and entertainment spread over 12 stages, set in the beautiful surroundings of the stunning County Wicklow estate.
The event will offer a wide range of activities as part of the program to those seeking a balanced weekend.
Laughter yoga, tug of war, paddle-push go-karts, paddle boarding, kayaking, zip lining, a daily 5k run, archery, tai chi, drumming workshops, a skate park, castles, croquet, and even wellness Throwing competitions are all part of the offering.
There will also be movies, science shows and several workshops to keep everyone entertained.
Organizers have stated that the festival, which seeks to encourage a healthy and balanced approach to life, “is the only music festival that has included a sporting and wellness program for the celebration”.
The 5k and 2.5k races are held on Saturdays and Sundays before school fun day events such as the egg and spoon race and the three-legged dash. Family football matches as well as rugby and Gaelic football training sessions are scheduled for those looking to hone their skills.
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For those brave at heart, zoom through the air on ziplines, climb the climbing wall to new heights, and see how well you can shoot at targets with a bow and arrow and the ancient art of archery Huh .
Family bicycles are also available on the nearby greenway, while water sports enthusiasts are also drawn to the 200-year-old secret tunnel from the property’s grounds to Lake Blessington, allowing ravers to kayak, go boating on the lake or find their balance. allowed to test. On stand-up paddleboarding.
The world’s largest bouncy castle also returns at the festival in 2022, which surely leaves the little ones tired, and not many.
The Woodland Spa will help those looking for a chill weekend to unwind with massages, while tai chi and meditation are also offered to attendees, not to mention yoga yoga for those who need to laugh and stretch. is required.
Drumming workshops will also be offered for those who want to enjoy the weekend’s acts as well as making music.
Weekend, day tickets and family passes for Kaleidoscope are available on Ticketmaster or on the festival’s website.