Christy Moore, Ardal O'Hanlon, Deirdre O’Kane, Mary Coughlan and The Stunning will play Pearse Stadium in Galway over four days this August 26 to 29 in front of an audience limited to 500 people.
Presented by Galway venue Róisín Dubh and Galway Comedy Festival, the shows will be held under government guidelines, with tickets sold in pods of four people and a very limited number of two-person pods.
Tickets for all shows are priced between €25 and €35 and go on sale this Friday, August 13 at staggered times due to the expected demand. Gates every night are 7.00pm with shows starting at 8.00pm sharp. A click and collect bar service will be in operation.
Christy Moore will headline the venue on August 26 with support from maverick Kerry bard Junior Brother.
August 27 will be a comedy double header with Ardal O’Hanlon and Deirdre O’Kane and Karl Spain and MCing for the night, while on Saturday, August 28, Galway native Mary Coughlan celebrates the 35th anniversary of her debut album Tired and Emotional for the first half of her set, followed by her greatest hits to finish. Support comes from Niamh O’ Regan.
The Stunning will play on August 29 with support from multi-instrumentalist and vocalist, Tracy Bruen.