Sligo’s Spilt Milk Festival in has announced its fifth edition for this November.
Sligo’s annual festival of music, art, and film has announced its programme from November 17th to 19th from Binder and The Model.
20 scheduled performances and events drawing from experimental, electronic, rock and folk artists musicians include Moundabout, Elaine Howley, Natalia Beylis, Cáit, Rising Damp, E The Artist, White Sage and Crying Loser.
Art installations, screenings, and workshops are taking place at the The Model, Sligo.
About Split Milk
Spilt Milk Festival was founded in 2019 to extend Sligo’s artistic and festival calendar into the winter and provide a platform for experimental art across music, sound art, video and film. Presenting national and international artists alongside emerging local acts drawn from the leftfield and fringes of alternative music.
Spilt Milk 2023 is commissioned by The Model, with support from the Department of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media, Failte Ireland, Sligo County Council and IMRO.
Weekend pass €35 / €17.50 (u21s). Individual event tickets also available.
For booking see, http://themodel.ie
Full programme details from http://spiltmilkfestival.com/
FULL PROGRAMME OF EVENTS:
BIG TEARS, FIEND, NATALIA BEYLIS, RISING DAMP (Live Performance)
Fri. 17th Nov, 6.30pm, €15 / €7.50 (u21s)
BABY NITS, CÁIT, CRYING LOSER, E THE ARTIST, MOUNDABOUT, MOHAMMAD SYFKHAN, NIMF (Live Performance)
Sat. 18th Nov, 6.30pm, €25 / €12.50 (u21s)
JUNIOR JAM: DEN BUILDING WORKSHOP with PULLED & LIVE PERFORMANCE WITH THE CLUMSY GIANTESS
Sun. 20th November
12pm – 2pm (Workshop & Concert)
General admission (ages 6+): €10, (Family ticket: 1 adult, 2 children)
Please note that all children must be accompanied by an adult.
This year, the Festival also sees the return of ‘Junior Jam’ comprising of a workshop and concert, this special event introduces young people and their families to experimental music with a gig of their own in a safe and fun environment.
DREAM ALFALFA, ELAINE HOWLEY, WHITE SAGE
Sun. 20th Nov, 3-6pm (Live performance), €10 / €5 (u21s)