Macalla Festival makes its debut edition this July with a lineup dedicated to Irish bass music scene, with acts spinning Reggae, Dub, Jungle, Drum and Bass, Dubtsep and more. The aim of Macalla is to nurture and grow the scene surrounding Bass Music and Soundsystem Culture on the Emerald Isle.
Macalla is dedicated to and born from the ethos of conscious positive music and low decibel frequencies. The aim of Macalla is to nurture and grow the scene surrounding Bass Music and Soundsystem Culture on the Emerald Isle. The name Macalla is inspired by the reverberations we feel and see from every action and sound.
Musical showcases will range from Hip-hop to various forms of Bass Music. From the roots and foundation of the culture in Reggae and Dub through its growth into the ever-changing and futuristic sounds of Dubstep, Jungle and Drum & Bass.
Macalla have invited local artists from the island and a special guest from overseas, skilled in their respected crafts and genres who have been pushing the sounds and making noise around the country and abroad. Each of the artists involved are well experienced bass merchants and are no strangers to serving up only the best in cutting edge productions in superb style.
Immerse yourself in the deep heavy bass weight of positive vibration as we heal and feel the soundsystem’s formidable low-end creating pressure in the air and reverberating your chest cavity as we raise the frequency.
Macalla is taking place deep in The Garden of Ireland, County Wicklow. Powered by Rub a Dub Hi-Fi, Light Installations, Art Installations, Food Vendors, Fire Performances, LED Performances, Return Bus From Dublin City Centre.
Lineup: Ambit, Benji Revelation, Big Earl, Bobofunk, B-Origin, Cheshire Cat, Emby, I2S, Mercy & Salvation, Misha Freshin, Nebulah, N-Mon1C, Slither DJS, Workin Class Records, Worries Outernational.
You can purchase tickets HERE.