Having heard amazing things about ‘Wild Youth’ I was very excited to witness their headline live show and they surely did not disappoint. I must say it was up there with the top gigs of 2018. With 2 opening acts that got the crowd raring to go, and the outstanding performance from the …Read More »
So you are just home and barely recovered from Ireland’s favourite festival, but get ready. Tickets for next years Electric Picnic go on sale this Friday at 9am. You’ll have even more space to boogie next year as the picnic’s director Melvin Benn says ”…I am going to open …Read More »
Taking place 31st August – 2nd September, with headliners such as Kendrick Lamar, The Prodigy and Picture This among hundreds of other incredible acts like Dua Lipa, George Ezra, Walking on Cars and King Kong Company, Electric Picnic 2018 is sure to be the best yet. With 20+ stages and …Read More »
With an unusual spell of hot weather forecasted for the August Bank Holiday weekend… there was only one place where the hordes of festival-goers would be heading – Indiependence Music and Arts Festival at Mitchelstown, in Cork. I had the spectacular opportunity to head along and have access that not many can get, to photograph and …Read More »
Walking on Cars, Primal Scream and Jake Bugg to headline Indiependence ‘18, this August Bank holiday weekend.
Since Indiependence’s launch in 2006, the Music and Arts Festival has been going from strength to strength. The festival began as a free festival in the town square in Mitchelstown. Cork, Ireland. In 2009, the festival moved to a greenfield site at O’Connell Park to accommodate larger crowds and charged entry …Read More »
This weekend the Irish weather definitely answered our prayers for Summer in the City’s open-air gigs at the RDS in Dublin. The Chainsmokers & Rita Ora along with special guests – Alex & Echoes, Matoma, Chasing Abbey and John Gibbons took to the stage in the scorching sunshine that is …Read More »