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Flourish music series brings Gemma Dunleavy, Monjola, R.Kitt, Aby Coulibaly, SELLO, Malaki and sustainability to Button Factory

Flourish music series brings Gemma Dunleavy, Monjola, R.Kitt, Aby Coulibaly, SELLO, Malaki and sustainability to Button Factory

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Flourish is a series of four concerts by the promoters Sense, celebrating new artists and “promoting a more sustainable, conscious, and kind cultural landscape.”

Taking place from Tuesday, October 12th to Friday, October 15th at seated shows at the Button Factory , the gigs will feature 12 artists over four nights.

Tuesday, October 12th – Monjola, SHIV and Elzzz x Trever

Wednesday, October 13th – Gemma Dunleavy, SELLÓ, and Fay’D


Thursday, October 14th – Aby Coulibaly, Malaki and Lucy McWilliams.

Friday, October 15th – Paddy Mulcahy, R.Kitt (Live) and EMA.

Tickets for on sale priced at €12 plus fees per person via sense-live.com.

As part of the gigs, Sense is addressing sustainability and the environmental crisis, every Sense show from now on will ask attendees to join them in planting a tree in Ireland, with the option of €2 per ticket, which covers the cost of planting at least one native Irish tree in Ireland.

Partnering with Trees on the Land, who are working to leave a living legacy of tree cover and woodland for future generations, we will match each donation by gig-goer each year and more. We’ve so far helped plant 1165 Trees in Ireland thanks to donations in 2020. 

The environmental theme will also apply to the venue:

“The traditional music venue will be re-imagined and transformed into a beautiful green space for this series. Not only will each attendee be encouraged to immerse themselves in live music once more, we hope to plant a seed by giving each artist, attendee and crew a wild flower seed pack. A gift from us, and a gentle reminder of the important and impactful role we can all play in the ecosystem.“

The series is proudly presented alongside District Magazine and will be recorded and archived by Collective Films. The events are part-funded by the Department of Tourism, Culture and Arts.