First Quiet Lights Folk and Indie Festival in Cork
The first Quiet Lights festival will take place in Cork next week on 7–9 September. Launched by Islander, a new music company founded by Jon Pearson, the festival focusses on adventurous folk and traditional music artists, as well as indy artists working across genres.
The festival begins on Friday 7 September with concertina player Cormac Begley at Coughlan’s Bar at 8pm. Vocal group Landless and singer-songwriter Saint Caoilian will be at the Sirius Arts Centre at the same time, while singer-songwriters Inni-k and Elaine Malone will be at the Roundy, Castle Street, at 8.30pm.
On Saturday 8 September, Lisa O’Neill performs at Coughlan’s, Slow Moving Clouds will be at the Chapel in Griffith College, Caoimhín Ó Raghallaigh will be at St Peter’s, North Main Street, and Dowry and Claudia Schwab will perform at the Roundy.
Listen to the Quiet Light playlist below. Tickets are from €10. For full information and booking, visit www.quietlights.net.
Published on 28 August 2018