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DAMIEN DEMPSEY, described by The Guardian as "one of Ireland’s great singer-songwriters" and by The Daily Express as "one astonishingly gifted individual", returns to Galway in December.
VISIONARY, ECCENTRIC, legend - Lee 'Scratch' Perry, the man who produced the early music of Bob Marley and The Wailers, and an enormously influential and significant figure in reggae music in his own right, is coming back to Galway.
THE QUAYS is hosting gigs by some of Galway and Ireland's most popular covers bands this weekend, and the venue is also running an offer of free entry to gigs on Fridays and Sundays.
GALWAY SKA and reggae band Big Jelly will headline a charity concert night, the Haiti Music Project Fundraiser, which will also feature an array of Galway musical talent.
Six Galway artists are set to be showcased in front of over 15,000 people at Ireland’s premier art show Art Source, which will be held at the RDS in Dublin from November 11-13.
99 SOULS, the duo behind the massive funky house hit 'The Girl Is Mine', which everyone from Beyoncé to Pete Tong has been raving about, and who want their debut album to be "classic, timeless", are coming to Galway.
BAGATELLE ARE drawing the curtain on their 35 year career with an Irish tour that takes in Galway, and this upcoming show will be the last chance Galway fans have to see the band.
Another exciting night is in store on Friday, June 3, with reggae-rock band The Radix all set to play The Galway Roast Castlebar. Bring your own wine and enjoy the special atmosphere created in this unique venue.
GALWAY FANS of early Jamaican roots ska are in for a treat when Big Jelly, who play songs by Toots & The Maytals, Skatalites, Prince Buster, Bob Marley, and Lee 'Scratch' Perry, come to Monroe's.
It’s a busy weekend at The Snug Bar, with a cocktail of musical entertainment and sport that will get the adrenalin pumping!