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THE GALWAY Pride Festival begins today, ushering in a weekend of music, dance, fancy dress, family fun, talks, youth events, and the annual parade, and in addition to the announced programme more events have been added.
There is lots to look forward to during this year’s Galway Pride Festival which takes place next weekend. The entertainment begins on Thursday August 13 with Pride Youth Day, which is an alcohol free event in Fr Burke Park and features plenty of amenities for under 18s. The official launch of the festival takes place on Thursday evening in Monroe’s Live at 8pm with all the community invited. Well known local band The Cozy Cartel will provide entertainment on the night with finger food and wine to be served.
THERE IS lots to look forward to during this year's Galway Pride Festival which takes place next weekend. The entertainment begins on Thursday August 13 with Pride Youth Day, which is an alcohol free event in Fr Burke Park and features plenty of amenities for under 18s.
An Pucan Galway’s newest oldest bar has recently opened The Garden – just in time for the highlight of Galway’s social calendar the annual Galway Races. Revellers will be blown away by the new offering that An Pucan has unveiled, and it’s sure to be the top spot this summer.
THE LEGACY of Lady Augusta Gregory will be celebrated in the Lough Cutra Castle and estate, outside Gort in south Galway, next month.
The Prince Bar and Karma nightclub is your number one destination to celebrate any occasion.
LIAM Ó MAONLAÍ and TG4 Musician of year 2014 Harry Bradley will be among the musicians coming to An Spidéal from Friday July 3 to Sunday 5 for the village’s fourth annual Traid Phicnic festival.
THE iROCKS winners Rofi James and Clare based alt ska/indie band The Connectors play the Corrib Live charity night on Friday February 13 in the Commercial Boat Club, Woodquay.
Beggars Velvet play The Snug this Saturday at 10pm. This three-piece acoustic act from Galway are all multi-instrumentalists and singers. Born out of the boredom of the present cover band scene, the plan was to create something different, something new, something versatile while still keeping a certain amount of integrity within the set. The set is always evolving and always new and never should be missed.
The Prince Bar continue their live music for the month of November, welcoming back some of your favourite live bands plus some new acts to the stage. On Saturday November 29 the Prince Bar welcomes Bluemoose, having been looking forward to these lads taking to the stage for some time. They will also welcome a new band, Poroma, on Saturday November 22.