Gig Guide

Aidlink for Turkana – Sat 2nd Nov – National Stadium, Dublin

AIDLINK FOR TURKANA – 8pm, Saturday 2nd November 2019 – National Stadium, Dublin

This Saturday sees a strong line up of Irish artists take to the stage of the National Stadium and all for a very good cause! Artists such as Inni-K, Jerry Fish, The Pale, Cry Monster Cry and more will perform, and all in aid of a very good cause, to “raise funds and hope for some of the most isolated and marginalised people in Africa- the Turkana in northern Kenya”.

“Now in its third year, Aidlink For Turkana, presented by Born Optimistic, brings together choirs and a host of Irish singer-songwriters to perform their songs in a completely new way.

So successful have the previous events been that this year Aidlink for Turkana is moving to a bigger venue, the National Stadium, to present an event that will fill the room with glorious song.”

Featuring special guests – Ailbhe Reddy, Blaithin Kearney, Cry Monster Cry, Davy Lyons, Dermot Lambert (Blink), Eleanor McEvoy, Inni-K, Jerry Fish, Muireann, The Pale, Ruth Mac, The Silken Same, Stockton’s Wing and Ultan Conlon

Singing with choirs: Bank Of Ireland Bank Notes, Blackrock College Libermann Choir, Central Bank Notes, Eirgrid- Transmission Amps, EY Choir, Loreto Beaufort, Loreto Dalkey Past Pupils Parents Choir, Mezzo Choir, Primark, SOLAS, Songs in the Key of D, St. Joseph’s, St Mary’s College Singers, The Daydreamers Kids Choir and the Wicklow Community Choir.

All of the choirs and singers will join in together for a finale version of Mic Christopher’s song ‘Heyday’.

 

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