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Galway festival Fall Right Into Place announces full-lineup for September

Galway festival Fall Right Into Place announces full-lineup for September


Strange Brew’s Fall Right Into Place announces full-lineup for September 16th and 17th at Claregalway Castle, just outside Galway city.

The record label, music agency and “all-round music wrangler” Strange Brew presents its third edition with new announcements to add to headliners of Pillow Queens and The Murder Capital.

Newly announced acts for the Pillow Queens-headlined Saturday include alt-folk mainstay Junior Brother; the solo project of London-based artist/producer Michael Orange aka  Feather Beds; psych-folk artist Elaine Malone; Dublin indie supergroup Autre Monde; rising Cork band The Love Buzz; Limerick jangle pop group Dylan Flynn & The Dead Poets; Donegal-based producer Keith Mannion, a.k.a. Slow Place Like Home; Limerick alt-pop duo T.A. Narrative; Galway blues rock band The Pages; eclectic Galway quintet Bees & Sawdust; and Limerick singer, songwriter and electronic music producer Rory Hall—better known as Proper Micro NV.

The Murder Capital will be joined on Sunday by Choice Music Prize-nominated psych rockers Thumper; electronic producer Daithí; Dublin indie-pop guru Paddy Hanna; captivating multi-instrumentalist Tracy Bruen; Galway punk trio Puck; Galway four-piece rock band Telebox; Armagh singer-songwriter Conchúr White; genre-defying musician Rodney Owl; talented Dublin-based artist Sinéad White; buzzy Galway garage band Shark School; and Dublin rock five-piece Javill.


  • Pillow Queens
  • Junior Brother
  • The Love Buzz
  • Elaine Malone
  • Autre Monde
  • Dylan Flynn & The Dead Poets
  • Slow Place Like Home
  • T.A. Narrative
  • The Pages
  • Bees & Sawdust
  • Feather Beds
  • Proper Micro NV


  • The Murder Capital
  • Daithí
  • Conchúr White
  • Paddy Hanna
  • Tracy Bruen
  • Puck
  • Telebox
  • Rodney Owl
  • Sinéad White
  • Shark School
  • Javill

Tickets are €36 + booking fee and are on sale now from

All ages welcome but under 16s must be accompanied by an adult.

There is a return bus service available, going from Galway Cathedral and back to Galway’s West End for a late night music trail in Róisín Dubh, The Blue Note, Massimo, Bierhaus & Salthouse. Get bus tickets here

Food and Drink

There will be a full craft bar from Galway Bay Brewery, a cocktail bar, wine and cheese bar, oyster stall and tasty food from the Dela food truck and Weirdough Pizza.

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