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TOO MUCH For The White Man's SugarBeat Festival reunion show is possibly the most anticipated performance of the weekend, and the band, who enjoyed a wide following in Ireland in the late 1980s/early 1990s play Tuam Stadium on Saturday August 22.
FOLLOWING THEIR headlining spot at the 2014 Vancouver Folk Festival, Leo Moran and Anthony Thistlethwaite begin their biggest North American tour to date tomorrow evening.
ALAN DOHERTY, the Irish trad musician who performed on the Lord Of The Rings soundtrack, will lead his new band in concert at Monroe’s Live on Thursday January 29.
YOUR TWENTIES are not necessarily the best years of your life, certainly not the years between 25 and 29. In a city, your 20s become an extended adolescence, but after the parties and the wildness is over, you reach a crossroads of ‘Thirty is on the horizon - what the hell am I going to do with my life?’
THE SAW Doctors’ Leo Moran and Anthony Thistlethwaite - who is also a member of The Waterboys - will perform at a lunchtime event in The Alcock and Brown Hotel this Saturday, as part of the Clifden Arts Festival.
Martin O’Malley, the Governor of the US state of Maryland, who is being increasingly tipped as a possible White House contender in 2016, has strong Mayo connections.
The Geraldine Lavelle Trust fundraising committee wishes to express appreciation and thanks to everybody who has supported its during the ongoing fundraising campaign. They have been overwhelmed by the generosity and support they have received from the public.
Sunday, June 1, sees Mayo’s biggest outdoor ceili - Dancing at the Crossroads - kick-off at 5pm at the junction of New Antrim Street and Tucker Street.
A concert, which is being likened to a ‘mini-festival’, celebrating the life and work of the late Town Hall Theatre manager Mike Diskin, takes place in the Town Hall on Sunday March 30.
The organisers of Dancing At The Crossroads in Castlebar are delighted to announce this year’s event will go ahead on Sunday June 1, the Sunday of the June Bank Holiday weekend. After the success of the last two years, such was demand that it was decided to extend the dancing this year and invite more performers and dancers to join in the fun. The music this year will start at 5pm, and kicking off the evening will be local traditional group Rolling Waves under the musical directorship of fiddler John Kilkenny. They will be joined on a specially constructed dance platform by students from the world famous Cresham School of Irish Dancing.