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Limerick festival Féile na Gréine announces lineup for August event

Limerick festival Féile na Gréine announces lineup for August event


Limerick City festival Féile Na Gréine has announced the lineup for the music programme to take place in the city from August 18th to 20th next month.

Féile Na Gréine is a three day celebration of emerging and experimental music and a celebration of everything DIY in Irish independent music, which takes place around the city’s venues on a trial, with all events open to the public for free.

This year’s lineup features, from A-Z:

  • Ana Palindrome
  • Arborist
  • Autumns
  • Baptist Goth
  • Belvedere Torso
  • Brawni
  • Cinder Well
  • Coolgirl
  • Eimear Reidy and Natalia Beylis
  • Eimear Walshe – The Pipers Grip
  • Jane Deasy
  • Jennifer Moore
  • Julia Louise Knifefist
  • Katie Kim
  • Laurence Kapinga
  • Lesko
  • mankyy x Hazey Haze
  • Mineral Stunting
  • Mineral Stunting Workshop
  • Méabh McKenna
  • Naive Ted
  • R. Kitt
  • Robbie Stickland
  • Robocobra Quartet
  • Róis
  • Search Results
  • Senior Infants
  • Sloucho
  • Stratford Rise
  • Surge

There will also be a a special cinema screening of the award-nominated music documentary by Féile Na Gréine; Out of Place, which was on a short tour around Ireland earlier this year.

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About Féile na Gréine

The festival organisers have curated this year’s festival to reflect the beauty and the chaos of Irish independent music communities, brought together in momentary collisions of sight and sound. Communities that have no silhouette, no fixed reference. Amorphous matter, both swelling and receding all at once. It is a beautiful collision.

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Composed of musicians, designers, photographers, and other creative practitioners, Féile Na Gréine began as a yearly music festival and continues to build a national reputation for championing Ireland’s emerging musical talent. The organisation’s operations are guided by strong-held beliefs in DIY culture, grassroots connections and inclusivity within the arts. As Féile Na Gréine has grown, so has its creative output, which now includes filmmaking and publications, all of which embody a fierce DIY approach.

Féile Na Gréine is supported by the Arts Council Festival Investment scheme, as well as Limerick Arts through Limerick City and County Council


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