Search Results for 'Castlepalooza'

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Ring in the New Year with Le Boom

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LE BOOM, the Irish electro/indie/house/pop duo of Christy Leech and Aimie Mallon, will ring in 2019 when they headline the Róisín Dubh's New Year's Eve party.

Acts annouced for Rocktoberfest

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THE HOT Sprockets are among the first round of bands announced for Galway’s new indoor music festival, Rocktoberfest. The event takes place in Monroe’s Live from Thursday October 1 to Sunday 4, and will feature more than 20 acts across two stages.

Inclement weather won’t stop the festivals going ahead!

The weather may not be festival-friendly, but that’s not going to stop the music going ahead! There are still plenty of major music events in the Midlands and beyond before summer officially ends - including the much-loved Castlepalooza music and arts festival.

The Hot Sprockets performing in Castlebar on Saturday

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The Hot Sprockets are to perform tomorrow night (Saturday) in Garbo’s, Castlebar, with support from local band Candy Moon.

The Hot Sprockets performing in Castlebar tomorrow night

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The Hot Sprockets are to perform tomorrow night (Saturday) in Garbo’s, Castlebar, with support from local band Candy Moon.

Finbar Hoban Presents The Hot Sprockets live in Castlebar

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The Hot Sprockets are to perform an intimate show at The Garbo’s venue in Castlebar later this month.

Celebrated clubnight Somewhere comes to Electric Garden

VOTED IRELAND’S best clubnight of 2013 by the music savvy subscribers to Nialler9.com, Somewhere at The Workman's Club, Dublin, is coming to celebrate four years of excellent Wednesday nights, packed week in, week out, with real music lovers.

Walking on Cars @ Monroe’s

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WALKING ON Cars bring their anthemic indie pop to Monroe’s Backstage Bar tonight from 10pm.

The Young Folk at the Roisin Dubh

The Young Folk are among Ireland’s rising folk musicians. Formed just this year by Anthony Furey, the band, consisting of Furey, Paul Butler, Karl Hand, Tony McLoughlin, and Karen Hickey, have already played on the festival circuit and appeared on Today with Pat Kenny.

Talented local acts set to play Galway Arts Festival big top

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Galway Arts Festival will showcase a wealth of local talent this year with several young and emerging bands, all with strong Galway links, supporting major headline acts Blondie, De La Soul, Bell X1, and AfroCubism at the Festival Big Top.

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