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Trinity Ball Acts Announced: Kojaque, Honey Dijon, Le Boom, The Coronas And More

Trinity Ball Acts Announced: Kojaque, Honey Dijon, Le Boom, The Coronas And More

If you're lucky enough to be able to get your hands on a ticket for Ireland's biggest college Concert then count your lucky stars because the line-up this year is looking pretty sweet.

Trinity Ball has hosted some top Irish acts over the last few years, including Walking On Cars, Versatile, Rip Tide Movement and Wild Youth, and this year are including even more Irish acts, and some from overseas.

Trinity Ball is always one to watch, with a night full of fantastic acts and an excuse to dress up and wander around one of Ireland's historical landmarks, in the heart of the city center.

This year will see acts such as..

The Coronas
Bugzy Malone / Mabel / Mall Grab
Kojaque / Nina Nesbitt / Honey Dijon
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Mella Dee  / Le Boom / Kneecap
Sally C / Jordan Max  Toucan/ Tebi Rex
The 2 Johnnies/ Trinity Orchestra/ Dudj
Trinitones / Metabolix  / Clash Tribute

This line-up has given us goosebumps, and with tickets going on sale tomorrow morning (20th Feb) we don't have an awful lot of time to think about it. Tickets are being sold at €91, which a jump of €11 since 2016.

Kojaque who is set to play at Trinity Ball this year has had sold out gigs across the country and over in the U.K in the last year, along with Kean Kavanagh.

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The Coronas, who you all know by now, are headlining the open air concert and always put on a good show.

Honey Dijon is an American producer and electronic musician who has become quite popular on our Emerald Isle, playing life festival last year and is set to play Forbidden Fruit in June.

The Two Johnnies are a regular at Irish gigs. The Comedy duo/ Band that will for sure give you a good laugh in the midst of the freezing cold air wandering around Trinity grounds.

Nina Nesbitt is a Scottish Singer-songwriter and musician who is best known for her song Stay Out, with two top 40 singles to her name.

Kneecap are Irish duo from Belfast who are hugely popular among An Cumann Gaelach in Trinity due to their unique music - rapping as Gaeilge. It's definitely something you don't see every day.

Trinity Ball tickets are on sale 9 am tomorrow morning. You can buy them here.

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Grainne Sharkey

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