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Pillow Queens headline the SubSounds Youth Music Festival in Tallaght on Saturday

Pillow Queens headline the SubSounds Youth Music Festival in Tallaght on Saturday

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The second edition of the music festival aimed at young people takes place Saturday July 6th in TU Dublin, Tallaght.

SubSounds is a youth music collective for young people aged 14-18 based in Tallaght. Since 2004 it has worked with musicians from around South Dublin County, mentoring them in the composition, arrangement, performance and recording of original music.

Many Subsounds-associated bands including The Sadhbh Keane Band, Stale Bread, The SubSounds Collective and The Mockingbirds will be playing at the SubSounds Youth Music Festival on Saturday from 12:30pm to 9pm at TU Dublin in Tallaght. There’s an open-mic stage too.

To top it off, Pillow Queens are lending their support by playing a headline set on the day.

Pillow Queens have released their third album Name Your Sorrow, a fine collection of the band’s indie rock heart-soaked tales of overcoming and tribulations.

Tickets are free and available from Eventbrite.

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SubSounds Youth Music Festival is a partnership between Alternative Entertainments, Music Generation Dublin City, Music Generation Fingal, Music Generation Kildare, Music Generation Meath, Music Generation South Dublin and Music Generation Wicklow. It is co-funded by U2, The Ireland Funds, the Arts Council, the Department of Education, South Dublin County Council, and South Dublin Live.


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