Other Voices returns to its roots in Dingle, County Kerry this Friday, December 1 through Sunday, December 3.

IrishCentral is delighted to again be teaming up with Other Voices to bring you three days of live music direct from Ireland from December 1 - December 3 right here on IrishCentral and over on our IrishCentral Facebook page.

Featured across three live performances hosted at St. James Church in Dingle are Kae Tempest, Griff, The Murder Capital, Villagers, BC Camplight, Catrin Finch & Aoife Ní Bhriain, CMAT, ØXN, Gurriers, Mick Flannery, Julie Byrne and The Joy.

Friday, December 1

Performing live: New Jersey musician BC Camplight, Dublin rock quintet The Murder Capital, New York indie-folk artist Julie Byrne, plus Irish/Welsh duo Catrin Finch & Aoife Ní Bhriain.

Saturday, December 2

Performing live: UK pop star Griff, Irish indie-folk band Villagers, experimental Irish doom-folk project ØXN, and fast-rising Dublin punk rockers Gurriers in St. James' Church! 

Sunday, December 3

Performing live: groundbreaking spoken word poet and musician Kae Tempest, powerful South African group The Joy, Dublin global pop superstar CMAT, and beloved Cork songsmith Mick Flannery at St. James Church!

Other Voices is returning to its homeland of Dingle from December 1 - 3 for its magical three-day festival that creates an incredible atmosphere both in St James’ Church and throughout the town.

In addition to the live music performances at St. James' Church, Other Voices hosts the Dingle Distillery Music Trail, IMRO Other Room, Banter sessions, Ireland's Edge, Cogar, and Powers at Páidi's strands.

Ahead of this weekend's live music events, get a taste of the Other Voices performers here via this Spotify playlist:

Other Voices 2023 is made possible with the support and partnership of the Reed, Department of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media, Tourism Ireland, RTÉ, Dingle Distillery, Kerry County Council & IMRO.