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BELL X1 will headline the Absolut Festival Big Top on Saturday 16 July 2016 for a 'Galway International Arts Festival and Róisín Dubh presents...' concert, with tickets going on sale tomorrow.
BELL X1 have announced they will play Galway’s Town Hall Theatre as part of their 17 date October Acoustic Tour 2015, tickets for which go on sale this week.
THE METEOR Choice Music Prize celebrates its 10th anniversary this year, and to mark that prestigious milestone, special concerts featuring past winners take place around Ireland, including the Róisín Dubh on Monday November 24 at 8pm.
FROM THE lieder tradition in Germany to bands like Iron Maiden setting Samuel Taylor Coleridge’s ‘The Rime of The Ancient Mariner’ to music, there has long been a connection between literature and song.
Ahead of their UK album release and tour, the nation's most intrepid sonic stevedores will be delivering their own brand of inimitable electro-punk at the Róisín on January 23.
BORN IN Malta, raised in Galway, based in Dublin, and winner of the Choice Music Prize, singer-songwriter Adrian Crowley plays the Róisín Dubh tomorrow.
ATHENRY VOCALIST/composer Julie Feeney has seen 2013 get off to a great start with her latest album Clocks being nominated for and winning prestigious Irish awards.
THE BELFAST music scene is the healthiest it has been in 30 years and Cashier No 9 are prominent among the many fine bands who have emerged from the city of late.
Tomorrow night Saturday, March 10, sees The Clubhouse at Castlebar Celtic get its official launch party when the brilliant Delorentos will be bringing their Little Sparks Tour to the county town. The aim of Castlebar’s new music venue is to promote some of the best independent local and national original artists and bands over the coming months, with two major international acts to be announced for the independent music venue over the coming weeks. Castlebar’s music scene will be getting a much needed injection and a further lease of life.
The Coronas, James Vincent McMorrow, Lisa Hannigan, Bressie, The Kanyu Tree, and Elaine Mai will be amongst the top attractions at this year’s Galway Arts Festival Big Top.