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Mitchelstown Guinness Music Festival saw some
of Ireland's newest acts rub shoulders with some of
Ireland's most established, and the crowd loved it...
Festival got off to a poignant start with a minute
silence dedicated to the late Conor O'Callaghan
who's work on and passion for the Festival saw it
grow from a small summer festival to a crowd pulling
unmissable musical feast.
Conor, PRO for the festival died suddenly on 27th
Saturday afternoon buskers filled the sun-flooded
streets with music and interactive, colourful street
theatre performances which animated the whole town.
evening, as recently Witnessed in mud-filled tents
in Co. Meath, The Revs rendition of Ireland’s
World Cup anthem Turning Japeneze, really moved
things up a gear and sent the crowd wild.
Lyric Board presenter Linda Martin was
there with her band SIX who wowed the Sunday
afternoon audience of over 7,000.
member less, Bellefire have not lost their
spark, as the thousands of young fans who flocked
to Mitchelstown's New Square can verify. Their rendition
of U2's All I want is you hushed the
audience to such an extreme that the feint sound of
church-bells nearby was all that was audible. The
talented trio have just signed a new deal with East
West Records and said that they are "really
looking forward to working on their next album".
DJ's Ruth Scott and Tony Fenton were
seen soaking up some rays on the square after hosting
the Sunday afternoon’s event.
lucky enough to get a ticket for Sunday afternoon's
event, also got Fifth Avenue and Luke Thomas
thrown into the bargain - offering a great day out
for the whole family.
Roche was hard at work, and had arranged for three
star-struck children from Belarus to meet the charming
Luke Thomas and pop-sensation Fifth Avenue.
The sun went down and rain arrived - bucketloads...
This did not deter the 6000+ who arrived to hear the
finest female vocalists in the world - the legendary
For two hours the crowd braved the weather and joined
in the chorus of favourite songs from Mary Black’s
nine platinum solo albums.
Monday evening the festival came to a close with a
stunning performance and two encores for Juliet
Turner, one of Ireland's most talented singer-songwriters.
Juliet was supported by the equally enchanting Dawn
buzzy, festival atmosphere has never failed to encourage
thousands of people to descend on Mitchelstown’s New
Square, and this year a record 30,000+ arrived.