LADY GREW @ TOWNLANDS CARNIVAL

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This year Townlands Carnival will be hosting an exciting array of Irish and overseas artists including America’s glorious export and Irish adopted, lyrical boss Lady Grew.

Lady Grew will be playing on Saturday in  Townlands Carnival this July 21st – 23rd in Macroom Co. Cork. Kate, AKA Lady Grew, never fails to tease and torque the audience with high energy, on point delivery and supreme stage presence.

Her mix of Hip Hop and Ragga will leave you with your jaw dropped. Check out Miss Grew with Under The Hammers after 6 PM July 22nd on The Village Green stage at Townlands Carnival, Macroom, Co.Cork.

 

 

 

Bulmers Live at Leopardstown

 

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It is just a week to go until Bulmers Live at Leopardstown kicks off, and to celebrate 8 great years of music, racing, fashion and festival food, Bulmers Live at Leopardstown now has a limited Countdown Ticket Offer running until midnight Wednesday June 8. Only available online at www.leopardstown.com. This 8th birthday offer sees tickets priced at an amazing €15 for each of the 8 concerts during the summer.

Over the years, Irish music lovers have already experienced some fantastic shows at the Bulmers Live at Leopardstown series, including Fun Lovin’ Criminals, Johnny Marr, Alabama 3, The Happy Mondays, The Charlatans, The Human League and more.

This summer promises to be one of the best ever at Leopardstown, with a line-up featuring Aslan (June 9), The Academic (June 16), Nathan Carter (June 23), Jack L (July 7),Hermitage Green (July 14), Booka Brass Band (July 21), The Strypes (August 4), The Boomtown Rats (August 11).

When the Countdown Ticket Offer concludes, tickets for the 8 shows will be priced at the standard €18. This year also introduces the Leopardstown Summer Pass, allowing race goers access to 10 Race days, including all 8 Bulmers Live at Leopardstown concerts for just €90. The Summer Pass also gives you access to the Members Bar, two complimentary guest passes, exclusive discounts and more. To purchase visit www.leopardstown.com.

As always, the performances will be preceded by a top class card of horse racing and a wide selection of hospitality options available for everyone from the great value ‘Summer Bundle’  to the premium ‘Summer Party’. The music and racing festival would not be complete without the Style Stakes and The Beacon Hotel will return this summer as sponsors of The Beacon Hotel Dare to be Different Style Awards with over €17,000 worth of prizes to be won. Every week at Bulmers Live at Leopardstown, over €2,000 worth of prizes can be won by contestants, who will be judged by a high profile panel of personalities and celebrities.

Leopardstown Racecourse is only 20 minutes from Dublin City Centre on the Luas Green line, with dedicated shuttle buses running from the Sandyford stop. Leopardstown is located off exit 14 or exit 15 on the M50 southbound or exit 15, M50 Northbound. Ample FREE parking is available onsite.

For Tickets and hospitality options – go to www.leopardstown.com or call the Leopardstown ticket line on 01 289 0500. There are also discounts for advance group bookings available online.

Follow on Facebook – Leopardstown Racecourse & Twitter @Leopardstownrc for updates and exclusive competitions. Use hashtag #liveatleopardstown

INDIE ARENA – THE GREATEST INDIE SHOW ON EARTH!

Check out INDIE ARENA every Tuesday 8 – 10pm on www.room101radio.eu. INDIE ARENA brings to a world wide audience what every radio show should have. A mix of music, humour, culture, a touch of randomness but most importantly an injection of chaotic fun. Brought to you and enjoyed with a bit of indulgence of cheep wine and cheese  😉

Last week on INDIE ARENA we had a random bathroom interview with Shane the drummer from The Vincent(s) and Dave the bassist from The Telescopes who played The Crane Lane Theatre Cork. Next weeks show should deliver to you interviews from The Minutes, Hamsandwich and VANN Music so tune in!

BOWIE BEFORE, AFTER AND NOW

Its officially David Bowie day – September 23rd. Its the unveiling of David Bowie’s exhibit at the city’s Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago. The exhibit celebrates the 67-year-old musician’s life and career, and puts handwritten lyrics, original costumes, photography and rare performance material on display. The guy does deserve it for bringing originality to the foreground, inspiring other artists, being exceptionally creative and helping others feel it normal to be kookie! Give the guy a standing ovation! Here are 20 things about Bowie

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