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Lisa Hannigan, Talos, Daithí, Niamh Regan & more for Clonmel festival When Next We Meet

Lisa Hannigan, Talos, Daithí, Niamh Regan & more for Clonmel festival When Next We Meet


When Next We Meet is the Clonmel, South Tipperary festival that debuted in a small capacity in 2022, and always intended to come back with a larger offering this year.

Well, on July 22nd and 23rd this year at Raheen House Hotel, it’s happening and the first acts are announced.

Lisa Hannigan, Talos, Daithí, and Niamh Regan along with Tipperary acts Kyoto Love Hotel and Smythy are the first announcements for the Walled Garden Stage at the festival.

Other offerings to be announced including a Local Artists Stage featuring a programme of emerging local artists and DJs along with food vendors, seating, and outdoor amenities.

Ticket & Festival Info:

Saturday July 22nd: Talos, Daithí and Kyoto Love Hotel.

Sunday July 23rd: Lisa Hannigan, Niamh Regan and Smythy.

Gates are 4pm-1am daily with food, drink, seating areas, toilets and limited shelter all available on-site across the weekend.

Weekend tickets including free afterparty pass, €60 plus booking fee (afterparty pass subject to limited capacity)

Individual day tickets €32.50 plus booking fee

After party tickets €6 per person, with a valid day ticket, subject to limited capacity

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When Next We Meet is having a launch party in Gleeson’s Pub, Clonmel with an array of local artists, DJs and prizes on May 12th if you’re near also.

“The location is what sets us apart. Raheen House’s grounds have proven to be pure magic. It’s an oasis away from the outside world, while being practically in the town centre. Everyone that steps through the gates are taken aback by how expansive the grounds behind the house are. We bring in staging, lighting, food vendors, bars, seating, posh portaloos… everything you can expect from a festival, with an added touch. The audience are great. Music sounds amazing in the walled garden and the surrounding areas are the perfect setting for everything else! It’s just a brilliant atmosphere amongst brilliant people!”

Festival organiser Kate Twohig.

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