Your Definitive Guide to Groove Festival!
Only __ weeks/days left until G-Day! Your perfect Bray-cation is just around the corner and it’s looking like a scorcher of a weekend. Be sure to pack plenty of sunscreen, sunglasses and hats so you can be safe and protected while enjoying the sunny southeast. Below are just a few more tips and useful information for your stay in Bray at #Groove18…
Location, Location, Location…
Groove Festival prides itself on its stunning Wicklow location at Killruddery House & Gardens in Bray. Less than 2KM from the N11 and 10 min drive from the M50, it couldn’t be more convenient to get to. Groove has on-site parking plus a shuttle bus service to Bray DART station which will run every 30 minutes to Killruddery. With the last DART departing Bray at 11.30pm you will be in plenty of time to get there hopping on the final shuttle from the site at 11pm. The Groove site is a safe and secure location in one of the most stunning settings for an Irish Festival. There’ll be no fear of lugging buggies awkwardly through fields or carrying your exhausted little ones for miles on end.
The space offers an oasis of calm, open space for well being, fun and creativity, and is the perfect setting for a summer festival escape for all the family. Killruddery Gardens consist of 850 acres of farm-yard and gardens, offering the ideal environment to escape the pressures of real-life and let nature take its toll. Unfortunately, camping isn’t available at Groove Festival this year, but there is a wonderful selection of hotels and B&Bs in the Bray locality with something for all tastes.
Groove Festival, brought to you by Energia, is a “one size fits all” family festival experience; there’s loads to do, it’s safe AND it’s great value for money. Families can avail of a weekend ticket which covers two adults and three children (under 16), all for just €225 (including booking fee)! Groove offers a unique “come & go” system. So if after a day of family fun, parents want to drop children home they can leave the site and return that evening for an adults evening of music and food.
- Adult day tickets (Saturday / Sunday) €65.50 including booking fee
- Adult weekend tickets – €106 including booking fee
- Teen (16-17) day tickets – €27.50 including booking fee
- Teen (16-17) weekend tickets – €53.50 including booking fee
- Children day tickets (under 16) – €11 including booking fee
- Children weekend tickets (under 16) – €20 including booking fee
- Family day tickets (2 adults & 3 children) – €135.50 including booking fee
- Family weekend tickets (2 adults & 3 children) – €225 including booking fee
All attendees under 18 must be accompanied by an adult. Group tickets are available for groups of 10 or more and can be booked directly at firstname.lastname@example.org. Groups of 10 or more can save on the applicable booking fees. Tickets are on sale now from http://groovefestival.ie/info/or from www.tickets.ie and their retail outlets.
One of the biggest selling points at this year’s Groove Festival is our wide range of healthy foods from local producers, entrepreneurs and chefs! We’ve got everything from Sharon Shannon’s Garden of Vegan to local Bray burger legends, Box Burger. Other highlights include authentic Thai and Vietnamese cuisine from SABA, Dublin’s beloved Teddy’s ice cream and the Dough Kitchen wood fired pizzeria. With our hand-picked selection of restaurant pop-ups, sensational street food and savoury snacks, there’s something there for even the pickiest of eaters!
If you have any other queries or questions regarding this year’s Groove Festival, don’t be afraid to get in touch with us and email email@example.com