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Street festivals

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The first street festival held during the Quincentennial year of 1984 in Galway was organaised by High Street, Cross Street, and Quay Street from April 23 to 29. It was opened by Mayor Michael Leahy with the Army Pipe Band, St Patrick’s Brass band, St Patrick’s Boys' Band, Renmore Brass Band, and the Dockers Fife and Drum Band all playing on the streets. Later that evening, Gerry Macken’s Big Band played to a huge crowd from the back of a large truck which was drawn up across the street at the crossroads.

Street festivals

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The first street festival held during the Quincentennial year of 1984 in Galway was organaised by High Street, Cross Street, and Quay Street from April 23 to 29. It was opened by Mayor Michael Leahy with the Army Pipe Band, St Patrick’s Brass band, St Patrick’s Boys' Band, Renmore Brass Band, and the Dockers Fife and Drum Band all playing on the streets. Later that evening, Gerry Macken’s Big Band played to a huge crowd from the back of a large truck which was drawn up across the street at the crossroads.

The Art of Protest at the arts festival

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FROM THE rallies which led to the repeal of the Eight Amendment in Ireland, to the Black Lives Matter movement in the US, to Palestinian demonstrations against Israeli occupation, our polarised world has seen an upsurge of protest.

Galway Fringe Festival, choc-a-bloc with artistic treats

THE GALWAY Fringe Festival will launch its programme this Saturday in the Mechanics Institute, Middle Street, at 6pm and the line-up is bursting at the seams with visual arts, music, comedy, theatre, and literature.

Galway festivals receive Arts Council funding

More than €550,000 in Arts Council funding has been granted to six arts and cultural festivals in County Galway.

Tulca Arts Festival on the lookout for volunteers

TULCA FESTIVAL of visual arts is an annual festival taking place in Galway. Running since 2002, Tulca features dynamic and exciting work from national and international visual art practitioners.

Belmullet festival

Kilkenny Arts Festival invites submissions from established artists

Kilkenny Arts Festival invites submissions from visual artists for consideration for inclusion in this year’s festival programme.

Want to get involved in the Westside Arts Festival?

The Westside Arts Festival is calling on artists and art groups around Galway to submit work for exhibition during the festival which runs from July 23 to 25.

Tuam Arts Festival starts next week

The sixth annual Tuam Arts Festival starts next Friday, August 15, delivering 10 days of everything from comedy to classical music, from theatre to children’s workshops, and countless other events to satisfy even the choosiest of arts lovers.

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