Nialler9’s Gig Of The Week: Interlude Festival

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Friday June 24 – Sunday June 26: Interlude Festival @ RHA Gallery, Eky Place, Dublin 2 (€29 per day, weekend tickets sold out).

Nialler9 writes:

No need to leave the city centre this weekend to get your festival fix as Interlude in the RHA Gallery is offering three days of music both outdoors on Ely Place and indoors in the art gallery.

Music ranges from hip-hop and dance headliners (Grandmaster Flash, Dimitri From Paris, Kenny Dope) established Irish artists & DJs (Lisa Hannigan, Donal Dineen, Tonie Walsh, Billy Scurry) to upcoming Irish artists (Wyvern Lingo, Booka Brass, Bad Bones, TooFools).

There is a Nialler9 stage on the Sunday too featuring Solar Bears, Cian Ó’Ciobhain and a Bantum (Prince A/V set) among others.

Nialler9’s Gig Guide June 21-28 (Nialler9)

11 thoughts on “Nialler9’s Gig Of The Week: Interlude Festival

  1. sǝɯǝɯʇɐpɐq

    Is it FREE?
    -You didn’t say whether it was free or not.

    I’m old, but I have heard of a few of these ‘performers’ before so I’m interested.
    ‘Unannounced’ special guest sounds good, but Tonie Walsh is playing the same day so I’ll give that a miss.

    PS.
    I have a spare wheel-chair that I’m not using. It used to belong to me Granny. If you need it for Grandmaster Flash give me a bell.

    Only slagging. I can’t go because I’m too old and extremely bitter. Hope everyone has a great time and you make loads of money.

  2. Billy Kremlin

    Grandmaster Flash is beyond woeful, not a patch on what he used to be.
    Some good acts there for sure but it’s pretty unimaginative.

    1. Billy Kremlin

      He is deadly but he does get wheeled out at these types of line ups. Same with Fish Go Deep and others.
      So many great younger djs in this country that don’t get the recognition they deserve.

    1. Waddy Dilson

      One bar for every 10k people, with one slow barmaid and flimsy foldy plastic cups meaning you’ll lose half the beer on your trip through the gauntlet of wooly hatted idiots in quirky outfits.

      Having said that I do enjoy a good festival … just doesn’t look like this will be one of those.

  3. Liam from Lixnaw

    “No need to leave the city centre this weekend ” – cos I guess we are already there

  4. sǝɯǝɯʇɐpɐq

    @sǝɯǝɯʇɐpɐq

    Nobody else would have the temerity to say it, but I can.
    If you had punctuated that last line properly it would have been funnier.

    It would’ve said Hope everyone has a great time, and you make loads of money.

    That comma makes all the difference.

  5. sǝɯǝɯʇɐpɐq

    I dunno…
    It smacks of the oul’ ‘We Aren’t Dead Yet’ vibe, which isn’t as ‘groovy’ as it used to be when The Banana Splits were considered as ‘radical’ television, and people weren’t expected to have imagination…

    But I digress…
    I ALWAYS DIGRESS.
    It’s nothing personal against any of the charlatans ‘performing’ at this benefit, but if The Charlatans were performing it would bring the average age down quite a bit…just sayin’…

    1. sǝɯǝɯʇɐpɐq

      PS
      smack!!!!!

      PPS.
      -Admittedly, I don’t know many of these so-called artistes .
      – As Midget Hoor with the big belly said;

      Ooohhh…Vienna-Roll…
      …it means nothing to me…

      If anyone can put me straight about these other artists whose names I never heard of before I would appreciate it.
      No messing.

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