UPDATE: Full Castlepalooza line-up!
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UPDATE: Full Castlepalooza line-up!

Tickets go on sale this Friday at 9am.

Castlepalooza have announced the bulk of the acts who�ll be making the trip this year to Charleville Castle in Tullamore on July 31 and August 1.

They include an Irish exclusive by Mercury Rev on the Saturday, Fionn Regan, Wave Machines, Taylor McFerrin, Codes, Cashier No. 9, Lonelady, Adebisi Shank, Tu-Ki, James Vincent McMorrow, O Emperor, Robotnik, Alessis Ark, Colm Lynch, Funeral Suits, The Cast Of Cheers, The Lowly Knights, Readers Wives, Samantha Marais, Attention Bebe, Funzo, The Blue Choir, Sarsparilla, Yes Cadets, Daithi O Dronai, Big Dish Go, Sounds Of System Breakdown, Nakatomi Towers, Heroes In Hiding, Neptune City, Mercy The Sexton and DJs Steve Reddy and Scope.

Two-day tickets including camping cost �99 and are available from www.castlepalooza.com.

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(15 articles in total in Hotpress.com archive)

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NEWS: 18 Jun 2008
After confirming dates in Dublin and Belfast, Mercury Rev have gone on to announce a full Irish tour.

REVIEW: 24 Mar 2005
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With its orchestral overtones, The Secret Migration is certainly ambitious in scope, yet its planners are never cocky about their obvious mastery.

NEWS: 17 Jan 2005
Mercury Rev will play Dublin March 7 & 8.

INTERVIEW: 17 Jan 2005
Purveyors of pristine psych-pop, cult rock heroes and musical innovators par excellence – Mercury Rev may be many things, but garrulous interviewees they...

NEWS: 05 Nov 2004
Mercury Rev have announced details of their long-awaited new album plus a live date at Dublin's Vicar St.

REVIEW: 17 Jan 2002
Divine and otherworldly - marvellous

REVIEW: 11 Oct 2001
So tonight is a celebration, an effusive, full-on wake following the funeral for Mercury Rev that never happened

INTERVIEW: 27 Sep 2001
BARRY GLENDENNING talks to MERCURY REV about darkness, deserters and dreams

REVIEW: 22 Aug 2001
The prevalent mood is introduced in spectacular orchestral style on album opener ‘The Dark is Rising’.

REVIEW: 14 Jul 1993
MERCURY REV: "Something For Joey" (Beggar's Banquet)

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