RTE 1.2 million people attended the Germinal Stage in Dublin on Sunday, with the event bringing together over 70 artists from across the globe.
The programme, featuring a wide range of Irish artists, took place in conjunction with the festival’s third edition.
The Germinals’ first programme in 2018 saw artists from around the world perform at the Dublin festival, with a range of acts including The Beach Boys, The Rolling Stones, Queens Of The Stone Age, The Killers, Arcade Fire, The Smiths, KISS, Korn, The xx, Coldplay and The Prodigy.
The Germinas’ next programme in 2019 will take place at the iconic RTE Theatre, with acts from Portugal, Ireland, Sweden, Italy and the United Kingdom, including The Beatles, Foo Fighters, Linkin Park, The Lumineers, Disclosure, Mumford & Sons, Arcade Head, The Strokes, The Cure, Oasis, The White Stripes, Radiohead, The Beatles and more.
The event, which attracted more than 30,000 fans, was a success and has become the biggest Germinalfest to date, with performances across the island and across the continent.
As the festival continues to attract audiences, the Germins are planning a fourth programme in 2021, with The Beatles set to headline, followed by the Strokes in 2022.