St. Luke’s Church have revealed plans for Patrick’s Weekend, with three nights of exciting homegrown talent coming to the award-winning venue.
Recently named the best venue in Munster for 2018 and Hot Press Live Venue of the Year for 2018 at the IMRO Awards, St. Luke’s Church have announced a stellar line-up for St. Patrick’s Weekend.
Friday, March 15 will see 80’s cult-heroes of Irish music Interference, lead the procession with support from Limerick native, Elaine Malone.
Ticketswill go on sale for the opening night priced at €23.
Another blast from Irish music past will bring Scullion to the church on the Saturday night.
With a back-catalogue spanning over 40 years, it’s sure to be a night to remember.
With tickets priced €24 for night two, the Dun Laoghaire folk outfit will be joined by Anna Mieke, whose delicate voice and mesmerising sound will serenade gig-goers.
Taking on the church on St Patricks night on Sunday will be Dublin’s Lankum, who will bring the festivities to a close in thrilling fashion, showcasing songs from their latest record Between the Earth and Sky and their debut Cold Old Fire, which they released under the name of Lynched.
Joining Lankum is Cork folk-legend Jimmy Crowley, in what is sure to be a spectacular night celebrating St. Patrick’s Day.
With tickets ranging from €23-25 for each event, it should definitely make deciding what to do this St Patrick’s Weekend that bit tougher.
Tickets are available now via stlukeslive.ie and from Pro Musica on Oliver Plunkett Street or Henchey’s Bar at St. Luke’s.