Get your dancing boots ready for Harvest

At the launch of Harvest Festival at Westport House, Westport, were Kevin Collins (Hurricane Highway), Cliona Hagan; Pete Kennedy and Ed Holland (Hurricane Highway). Photo: Keith Heneghan / Phocus

At the launch of Harvest Festival at Westport House, Westport, were Kevin Collins (Hurricane Highway), Cliona Hagan; Pete Kennedy and Ed Holland (Hurricane Highway). Photo: Keith Heneghan / Phocus

Westport House will be alive to the sounds of country and roots music next August when the Harvest festival takes over the historic estate on Saturday August 26 and Sunday August 27. The festival, which will take place in Westport and Enniskillen over the same weekend, with the acts swapping venues over both days, will be promoted by Aiken Promotions which has been responsible for bringing some of the biggest music names in the world to Ireland over the years, including Bruce Springsteen. 

The first few names of artists taking to the stage at the Harvest festival were confirmed at a launch event in Westport House on Monday, international multi-platinum and award winning country superstar Miranda Lambert and country music singing sensation Nathan Carter have been confirmed as the headline artists for the festival.

The festival will see two days of live entertainment featuring more than 30 acts performing at each festival across three music stages. There will also be dedicated dancing sessions over the weekend. For those country music fans who want to enjoy the full festival experience, a food village, boutique camping, and campervan facilities including family friendly zones will be on offer.

As well as artists from USA and the UK, the festival will also feature homegrown talent including Cliona Hagan, Pete Kennedy, and Hurricane Highway, Ward Thomas, and Jake Carter have also been added to the line up with more artists to be announced over the coming weeks.

Tickets go on sale this Monday, December 12 from Ticketmaster outlets nationwide.

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