by Danielle Holian
Groove Festival 2016 will be held at the festival location of Killruddery House, Bray, Co Wicklow this year.
Nature surrounds the venue with wonderful planting and wooded areas, relaxing walks throughout the estate, outdoor rooms and water features.
There will be activities like wall climbing and zorbs and many new surprises this time around compared to previous years.
Climbing wall has been brought back by its popularity. It challenges even the most experienced climbers as it stands at over 9 meters high.
Once again, Groove, puts a load of water zorbs on the lakes in Killruddery.
Newly added to the festival this year is the Sing Factory Vocal Coach. It brings along a mobile recording studio for those wanting to express their inner Superstar.
Oxfam Ireland joins Groove to tackle the causes of poverty and the injustices that keep people poor. They ask festival-goers to sign their name on the latest campaign for change. Sign up on http://www.oxfamireland.org to make a real difference to people worldwide living in poverty.
Tickets are on sale now from;