Otherside, Research, Omni, and Bedlam present ‘Ostara’, a one-day festival at Rock Farm in Slane, Co. Meath, on St. Patrick’s Day. The BYOB event stars Tommy Holohan, Chris Stussy, Dax J, Luke Dean, Dylan Fogarty, Yasmin Gardezi B2B IMNOTYOURMATE, and more.
Three of Ireland’s most revered promoters Research, Omni & Otherside join forces to present a one-day St. Patrick’s Festival on the foot of Rock Farm in Slane, Meath. The BYOB festival offers a unique Paddy’s Day experience as the team hosts some of the world’s leading names in house & techno in one of Ireland’s most beautiful landscapes.
Bedlam and Omni take over the Big Top circus tent as they bring their signature house music flavour to the big stage. Expect a symphony of rolling bass grooves accompanied by jaw-dropping festival production.
The formidable Dublin techno imprint, Research takes over the woods, as they showcase the noncompromising techno sound that they are synonymous with. Research transforms the woods into a haven for hard-edged grooves with a selection of international and Irish talent.
Return busses will be available to and from the event from Dublin, Navan and Drogheda.
The event takes place on March 17th and runs from 4pm – 11.30pm
The easiest way to attend the event is to use our Bus partner Express bus. There will be return buses running from Dublin, Navan and Drogheda. These buses will run at 3pm to the venue and return at 11.30pm.
You can bring your own alcohol to this event. Patrons are permitted to bring the following on site 6 cans of 500ml larger or cider, 1 bottle of wine or 1 bottle of spirits. Please note no glass is permitted, all alcohol must be decanted from glass.
You can purchase tickets here.