Emerald Sounds is excited to announce the debut of its two-day Irish music festival in London on the 3rd and 4th of March in one of Camden’s most iconic music venues, Electric Ballroom.
The festival is bringing the best of Ireland’s home-grown talent under one roof which will kick off the Irish themed festivities in the lead up to St. Patrick’s day on the 17th of March, which is celebrated by thousands of Irish nationals living in London.
Globally, Ireland is renowned for the traditional Irish folk music that rose to popularity and the roaring success of Michael Flatley’s Riverdance. However, few beyond the Irish shores have witnessed the evolution of modern Irish music and Emerald Sounds aims to promote the Irish artists paving their way to the top the Irish charts with their diverse range of musical genres and sub-genres.
While some of big names in Irish music will be headlining the two-day festival, Emerald Sounds will also be featuring a variety of new and upcoming acts making their name in the Irish music scene. This gives them the platform to not only perform to fans in London, but to showcase their music to new audiences.
Historically, Electric Ballroom was a popular meeting place for Camden’s Irish community where Ireland’s singers and show bands performed for Irish audiences living in London. To echo in that musical past, Electric Ballroom will be the home of Emeralds Sound’s first year, where the sounds of the Emerald Isle will be brought home to the Irish in London.
So, if you’re up for the craic and want to be the first to bag your place at an Irish music sesh that is unlike any other hosted in London, don’t forget to subscribe to the Emerald Sounds Facebook, Twitter and web pages to receive upcoming news announcing the festival’s headline acts, the release dates of early bird tickets and exciting new competitions.
Watch this space for to find out which of your favourite acts will be playing live at Emerald Sound’s debut in London.
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