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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 countdown to Sugarbeat Festival begins

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THE SUGARBEAT Festival returns to Tuam Stadium next month with headline appearances by The Stunning, Ryan Sheridan, Hometown, and The Original Rudeboys.

Sugarbeat festival to take place over two days

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THE SECOND SugarBeat Music Festival has been expanded into a two-day event in response to the success of last year's festival, and will take place in Tuam Stadium on Saturday August 22 and Sunday 23.

Breaffy’s Cian Morrin comes home on Sunday

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Local lad Cian Morrin, who is part of Louis Walsh’s newest chart-topping band Hometown, will be back in Castlebar on Sunday night (April 5) when they play the Royal Theatre Castlebar as part of their nationwide tour. Cian, from Rhinshina in Breaffy, first came to attention when he appeared on The X Factor in 2012 when he was a secondary school student in St Gerald’s College in Castlebar where he made it through a number of rounds. Cian had gone on to start studying to become a national school teacher before the call came for him to become one-sixth of Hometown last year.

The Stunning and Ryan Sheridan to play SugarBeat

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THE STUNNING, Ryan Sheridan, Hometown and Rackhouse Pilfer are among the acts confirmed to play the 2015 SugarBeat Festival in Tuam Stadium on Saturday August 22 and Sunday 23.

Hometown gig for Hometown star as they play Tuam in summer

THE STUNNING, Ryan Sheridan, Hometown and Rackhouse Pilfer are among the acts confirmed to play the 2015 SugarBeat Festival in Tuam Stadium on Saturday August 22 and Sunday 23.

From Chet Atkins to Athlone - Bruce Mathiske’s musical odyssey

AUSTRALIAN GUITAR virtuoso Bruce Mathiske first picked up the instrument at seven and since then has established himself as a true musical great.

Louis Walsh — Mayo Person of the Year... maybe not

First things first, I’m from Mayo and damn proud of it. I’ve worked in Galway for five years now, my college years were thoroughly enjoyed in Dublin, and I’ve even spent time living in the insanely wonderful Los Angeles. But nowhere has what Mayo’s got. And there’s certainly nowhere else I’d prefer to have been born. Sure, like most of Ireland it’s aesthetically pleasing, but it’s the people that separates Mayo from everywhere else. We’re laid back, we’re chilled out, and we’re friendly. We’re hugely supportive and undeniably loyal, almost to a fault. Yes, there really are some highly delusional people out there that still believe with all their hearts that the Mayo men can win an All-Ireland; even if there’s a better chance of hell freezing over. We’re fun, proud, very ‘with it,’ and definitely nowhere near as countryish as the Dubs and Galwegians believe. We stand by our own and look out for each other — it’s Mayo all the way.

 

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