Thursday

Derek Ryan
Declan Nerney

Friday

Walking On Cars
Róisín O
Danny Battles

Saturday

Example & DJ Wire
UB40
The Riptide Movement

Sunday

The Stunning
Ryan Sheridan
Hudson Taylor
Breaking Trad

Early Bird Ticket

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  • Weekend Early Bird tickets covering all 4 Days cost just €39 and are available until 8th August 2015. A booking fee applies.
  • After August 8th weekend tickets will cost €49.

Day Ticket

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  • Day tickets are available for all 4 days, €15 for Thursday, €20 for Friday, €25 for Saturday and €20 for Sunday. A booking fee applies.

Kid's Weekend Ticket

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  • Kid’s weekend tickets (3 – 12 years old) are available for just €5 and covers entry to all 4 days. Kid’s tickets cannot be purchased in advance and must be paid for at the box office on the night by a Parent or Guardian holding a valid ticket.

Minor Nightly Ticket

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  • Minor’s tickets (13 – 17 years old) cost €10 per night. Minor’s tickets cannot be purchased in advance and must be paid for at the box office on the night by a Parent or Guardian holding a valid ticket.
  • A Sign in system will be in operation and ID will be required.

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Now on its fifth birthday, Newcastle West’s ‘WESTFEST’ boasts its “strongest line-up ever”, with thousands of music fans set to make their way to the four day music, food and family festival in September. With Walking on Cars, UB40, Example, The Stunning, Hudson Taylor, Riptide Movement, Derek Ryan and a host of leading Irish acts filling out a top class billing, WestFest boasts a line-up to rival much larger established festivals nationwide.

WestFest is now one of the biggest Irish music festival success stories of recent times. Pre 2015 the event was based in the town Square and last year, it hosted 10,000 plus people rocking up to The Coronas. The organisers, armed with a shared vision for what the festival can be, along with an even bigger line up, accepts that it has now out-grown the town Square, so with the support of the Newcastle West GAA club the event will now be located in the Demesne, a short 200 meter walk from its original venue.

WestFest is now firmly established as a contemporary music & food festival, renowned for bringing together the cream of Irish talent along with some leading international acts. From Mundy to The Coronas, the festival has certainly come a long way and during such testing economic times the crew behind it have managed to establish a sustainable festival.