The full list of acts confirmed is:
Friday 8 February – Damien Dempsey, Savages, Soak.
Saturday 9 February – Bronagh Gallagher, Jesca Hoop, Marina and the Diamonds, Neil Hannon.
Sunday 10 February – Beth Orton, Daughter, James Yorkston, Two Door Cinema Club.
There will be access to live streaming to a number of venues around the City of Derry including An Cultúrlann, Nerve Centre, Grand Central Bar, Derby, Tinney’s, Gweedore, Masons, Bound For Boston, Icon Bar & Grill, Sandinos, Bennigans, and Live Screen in Waterloo Place.
The Other Voices Music Trail will also follow on from Dingle to Derry-Londonderry this February with over 40 acts playing across city venues.
The IMRO Other Room will be filmed at Memorial Hall and some of the first acts to be announced are Riptide Movement, George Erza, Katharine Philippa, Ryan Vail and Best Boy Grip.
Neil Hannon of The Divine Comedy, who is currently working on a new Duckworth Lewis Method album with Dubliner Thomas Walsh, said, “As an alumni of Other Voices Dingle, it was lovely to receive an invite to appear at Other Voices Derry.
“Not least because Derry/Londonderry (the city that dare not speak its name) is the city of my birth! It is also the UK City of Culture this year which I am keen to show my support for.”
Other Voices completes its cultural triangulation across the UK and Ireland when it visits the east end of London in April for a special recording at Wilton’s Music Hall.
For more information visit www.cityofculture2013.com