Lit from below and wreathed in fumes from smoke machines, the installation – created for the LLUÈRNIA festival of light and fire by David Oliva of SP25 Arquitectura and Anna Juncà of Atelier 4 – takes its cue from the dormant volcanos that surround the town.
— ItTakesAVillage (@ITAVfestival) November 28, 2017
It Takes A Village.
A new music festival taking place in Trabolgan Holiday Village, Whitegate, east Cork, from April 13 to 15, 2018.
Des O’Driscoll, in the Irish Examiner, reports:
“We think that will create a really special atmosphere on the site,” said co-organiser Joe Kelly. “There are about 170 self-catering houses at Trabolgan, and there will also be space for some camper vans.
“The beauty of this setup is that, no matter what gig you’re at, you’re never more than a few minutes’ stroll from where you’re staying, with its bed and hot shower.”
No camping will be available for the event.
For full details visit here
Behind the scenes: @Briandeady rocking out in the empty swimming pool at Trabolgan during our live beroadcast announcement on @Nialler9 today. See you back here for the mother of all pool parties in April??? Oh.. there’s a wave pool and water slide too 👌🎉 pic.twitter.com/eogaaQJVyB
— ItTakesAVillage (@ITAVfestival) November 30, 2017
On Saturday, July 8.
From noon ’til late.
In Grangecon, Co. Wicklow.
The one-day festival Simma Down will take place. To wit:
Features include live music, workshops, talks, DJs, MCs, art, games, spoken word, locally brewed beer, BYOB, fresh food and beautiful surroundings.
There will be three main areas – a live music barn, a DJ yard, and a big front lawn for games, workshops and activities. Local food & drink suppliers will be promoted on the festival site, alongside a special collection of artists and performers. The event is also family friendly.
Tickets include private bus transport from Dublin to the festival site, and back to Dublin once it’s all over.
Tickets: €55 / €65 + booking fees
But tickets here
The second annual Dublin Bowie Festival happens on the 5th to the 10th of January next year, with the festival closing on the first anniversary of the Thin White Duke’s passing.
Music, movies, debate and tributes aplenty will spread to venues all over Dublin, in celebration of the man’s life and work, with Nialler9 picking his highlights over at his site.
Not to be missed are talks with playwright/Lazarus stage-show co-author Enda Walsh, and a vigil on the 10th to mark Bowie’s passing, with Bowie Raw performing acoustically, and space/time available for anyone that wishes to convey their feelings onstage through song or spoken word.
Tralee-based Filipino buzz aficionado Nepatseb explains:
This song is about the moments at the amusements area in the town I live in during the festival, and this is a rap song mixed with electronic elements.
(Thanks King Dumb)