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Whether you like, dislike, post daily, love uploading endless photographs and tagging your mates, the joys of Facebook still remain popular, with Galway having the fourth highest number of people on the social network site in Ireland.
Dean Crowe Theatre is proud to present Christy Moore and Declan Sinnott live in concert on Saturday September 17. Tickets for this popular event are on sale now, in what is sure to be a sold-out concert.
ROYSEVEN HAVE enjoyed sell-out tours, festival appearances, and two Top 20 albums over the last four years, and next month they take some time to play Galway.
While at the Oxegen music festival in 2007, friends Shane, Joe, and Callum decided they wanted to be on stage, not in front of it, and thus Bipolar Empire was born! They approached Mark Maguire, a talented guitarist, songwriter, and longtime friend - and Bipolar Empire became a quartet.
A major road safety awareness campaign is being launched this week to coincide with this weekend’s Oxegen music festival at Punchestown, Co Kildare. The campaign is focusing on drink and drug driving.
Acclaimed Dublin rock band, The Minutes, have confirmed a Kilkenny spot for their upcoming nationwide tour, following the launch of their new album, ‘Marcata’, last month.
This may be a phrase you would expect to hear from Knock Airport but certainly not Knock Shrine; well, think again. The message coming from the youth ministry at the Shrine to all young people of Ireland is, come to Knock to take time out and a break from life’s journey.
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.
For a long time, the Smithwicks Kilkenny Rhythm and Roots festival was regarded by its formerly small following as one of Kilkenny’s best kept secrets. But the huge level of interest and demand for tickets this year suggests that this is no longer the case. The secret is out.
One of the most remarkably gifted and versatile female artists ever to come out of Ireland, Maria Doyle Kennedy is appearing at the Hole In The Wall in Kilkenny on Saturday April next.