The “Young Blood. The Beats and Voices of Our Generation” concert takes place on 18th of March in the National Concert Hall. Carefully selected young, very talented Irish artists will perform, making your evening unforgettable. You will immerse yourself into the world of beats, rhythm, words and poetry of the new generation of Irish hip-hop artists.
Words are a powerful tool to connect with music and to convey a strong message.
“Young Blood will amplify the voice of a generation through its smartest, most articulate, expressive young musicians and poets of their time”.
This remarkable event will inspire you to discover cultural identity as it is represented by talented rappers, musicians, storytellers and poets.The event is organized by Aoife Woodlock, the music producer of Other Voices – the live music series broadcast on RTE2.
Abby Oliveira- a young storyteller, writer and poet
Colm Keegan- a poet and writer
Felispeaks – a poet born in Nigeria who uses hip-hop, RnB, soul music for communication
Hare Squead- As they say about themselves “ Three black Irish kinds making waves”
John Cummins – will bring introduce you into a world where he plays around with language
Katie Laffan- a young artists, who experiment with hip-hop, reggae and pop music
Kojey Radical- a poet and musician from the UK
Natalya O’Flaherty – a very young performer and poet
The Rusangano Family – they play hip hop and electronic music
Sarah Clancy- a poet who will conjure up a mystical world of music
Stephen James Smith – a poet and playwright focused on Irish culture
The gig kicks off at 8 pm. Tickets cost 18, 22.50, 25 or 35 euros. There is 10% discount for friends of the National Concert Hall and 10% discount for groups of 10 or more.
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