Youth Work Ireland’s Irish Youth Music Awards (IYMAs) is set to return to Croke Park for its all-ages National Day on Saturday, May 9.
The IYMAs National Day will include a large education hub with masterclasses and workshops from some of Ireland’s top industry professionals giving young people the chance to learn more about the creative industries and to catch some exclusive performances. The event also will feature performances by young Irish artists aged 12-19, performing across two stages throughout the day.
“The IYMAs National Day provides a space for young people to gain access to the music and creative industries in Ireland. It also provides an opportunity to see some great bands that would otherwise not be accessible to young people as our event is all ages. This event ultimately provides a space to have fun, learn and gain access to the creative and music industries and is open to everyone whether you are a performer or not.” says Irish Youth Music Awards Director, Barry Lennon. “Over the forthcoming weeks we shall be making more announcements about some of the special guests who will appear at the event and other things we have planned for Croke Park. We recommend following the Irish Youth Music Awards social media channels to keep up to date with this news and to get a ticket quick”.
Tickets cost €20 and are available here.