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West Fest To Rock The West Again Comments Off on West Fest To Rock The West Again Read more »

West Fest To Rock The West Again

The 2011 weekend music event that rocked the west and brought us names such as Imelda May, The Coronas and many more artists all under one roof, returns again with lots more new artists for summer 2012. West Fest 2012 is officially being launched on…


Aslan Perform at Tallaght Stadium for 30th Anniversary Comments Off on Aslan Perform at Tallaght Stadium for 30th Anniversary Read more »

Aslan Perform at Tallaght Stadium for 30th Anniversary

Aslan have just announced that they are to perform at the Tallaght Stadium 30th June 2012 for their 30th Anniversary. They are selling exclusive fan bundles via their Facebook Page. This Exclusive Fan Bundle Includes: – Priority Booking Fans can book their tickets from 25th…


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Top 10 New Talents For Festivals Comments Off on Top 10 New Talents For Festivals Read more »

Top 10 New Talents For Festivals

Every year Ireland produces some of the most talented, dynamic and innovative artists. We are lucky enough to experience homegrown talent at the highest quality. Here at Musicfestivals.ie we embrace new emerging talent, particularly homegrown. Here is our list of “Must Have” new Irish talent…


Top 10 Festivals Acts for 2012 Read more »

Top 10 Festivals Acts for 2012

The Festival season is once again nearly upon us. 2011 brought us some brilliant Irish acts that rocked all the major and independent festivals, this year we expect nothing less and we are excited about what artists 2012 will bring. So we here at MusicFestivals.ie…


Aslan Sell Tickets on Facebook Comments Off on Aslan Sell Tickets on Facebook Read more »

Aslan Sell Tickets on Facebook

Aslan have embraced the power of Facebook and have started selling tickets, merchandise and music from their personalized Bandstand store. This store allows fans to purchase tickets, music etc directly from the artist, hence supporting the artists 100%. There is a unique selling point with…


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AMA Music Marketing

AMA Music Marketing is a brand new music platform where musicians can engage and share music with their fans. AMA Music Marketing can help you develop your online music strategy, which in turn will highly benefit your live music experiences. This service engages with your…


Cry Before Dawn: “Live At The Opera House” Launch Comments Off on Cry Before Dawn: “Live At The Opera House” Launch Read more »

Cry Before Dawn: “Live At The Opera House” Launch

2011 saw Cry Before Dawn respond to fan pressure to reform for a tour, which took place throughout the summer months. The tour was a massive success, including sold out concerts in Dublin’s Vicar St and two nights at Wexford’s Opera House, as well as…


G Miley The Songwriter: **Rising Stars Comments Off on G Miley The Songwriter: **Rising Stars Read more »

G Miley The Songwriter: **Rising Stars

“Lots of artists claim to have soul. It’s a word that gets bandied around rather frequently these days. Some artists have it and some just don’t. In his cover of Sam and Dave’s classic tune, James Brown proudly belted out “I’m a soul man” and…


Fred Return From NYC as Champions. Comments Off on Fred Return From NYC as Champions. Read more »

Fred Return From NYC as Champions.

The challenge was to go New York, make new friends, play gigs, win hearts, raise levels and eat well. All tests were passed with high levels of dexterity and we have returned eager, hungry and ready for the next challenge when it presents itself. On…


Act of the Week: Mark Black & The Trips Comments Off on Act of the Week: Mark Black & The Trips Read more »

Act of the Week: Mark Black & The Trips

WINTER WONDERLAND & BIG WAVE SURFING! http://musicfestivals.ie/bands-for-festivals/mark-black-the-trips/ Hey all, Weve been really busy putting final touches to the album and getting the artwork sorted. We recorded “Ghosts In The Fire” with producer Dave Christophers in his Dublin Studio and the song is sounding great right…


Clonakilty Music Festival Comments Off on Clonakilty Music Festival Read more »

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Revive Music Festival Read more »

Revive Music Festival

Revive Music Festival, taking place on Saturday 6th August 2011 in Thurles Racecourse, Nenagh Road, Thurles, Co. Tipperary is, without doubt, one of the must see festivals in Ireland this summer. With a pleather of phenomenal talent including AMA Artist’s Royseven, FRED, Bipolar Empire and…


FEIS 2011 Read more »

FEIS 2011

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With the recession brings with it the birth of a new era in Irish Talent Comments Off on With the recession brings with it the birth of a new era in Irish Talent Read more »

With the recession brings with it the birth of a new era in Irish Talent

Unless you’ve been hiding under a rock for the past few years I’m sure you are aware that we are currently in the middle of a recession. And although it may seem all doom and gloom, surprisingly not every facet of Irish culture has suffered.…


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