Irish duo, Hudson Taylor rose to fame after releasing their debut album, 'Singing for Strangers' and will lead the way for Irish rising stars that include Belfast gaelgóir’s Kneecap, Dundalk’s Just Mustard, Northern Irish singer-songwriter Lilla Vargen and Dublin singer Orla Gartland performing at Indie20.
British singer-songwriter Tom Walker is among some of the exciting acts from across the water that also includes Tom Grennan and The Lathums.
These new additions join headliners Stereophonics, Sigrid and The Streets for Indie20.
Also previously announced are Welsh-rockers Feeder, Irish festival favourites King Kong Company and alt-metal's finest, Therapy?
Complementing them and what is shaping up to be Indie's biggest ever bill to date are; The Hunna, Ryan McMullan, The Amazons, Biig Piig, Aimee, Joel Corry, Regard, Riton, The Scratch, Moncrieff, Kawala, The Sherlocks, Luz, Stephen James Smith and Alex Gough.
Some 15,000 people descended on the picturesque Galtee Mountains site in the summer for Indiependence 2019 to hear performances from headliners Lewis Capaldi, Biffy Clyro, Catfish & the Bottlemen, and Gavin James.
Hosted at the Deer Farm site on the outskirts of Mitchelstown, Indiependence has seen both emerging and established artists take to the stage.
Tickets for his year's festival which will run from July 31 to August 2 are currently on sale, with full price tickets priced at €159.
Indie20 will be a strictly over-18s event and will see the addition of new campsite options to manage the festival space better.