“Galway Street Club bring the atmosphere of the vibiest streets of the world all wrapped up into one joyous musical feast, BOOM” – Chris MacMeikan, MBE, Continental Drifts.
Ireland’s most loved (or hated, depending on who you ask) multi-national, bare-chested busking brigade are back on the road this June, for their biggest Irish tour to date. A 10-date extravaganza which will see this 12-piece nomadic band start on home turf with Galway’s Fever Pitch Music Festival and over the course of a month return to the familiar hunting grounds in the likes Dublin, Bray, Limerick, Cork, and of course, Galway’s Roisin Dubh, as well as making maiden voyages to Portlaoise, Waterford and Letterkenny.
Following the release of their Debut Album “Sovereign State of Madness” in 2018, the band have grown from strength to strength, Selling out their Irish Album Tour, embarking on a headline Tour in the U.K, and wowing audiences at festivals such as Electric Picnic, Knockan Stockan, Townlands Carnival, Bestival and Boomtown, as well as supporting Ska Legends ‘Madness’ at their sold out show at Galway International Arts Festival, and joining Acid-Country House heroes Alabama 3 on 6 Dates of their U.K Tour.
With Album No.2 in progress and releases expected very soon, this tour will be the first opportunity to hear the band’s new material.
Check out the tour dates and and book your tickets now:
- 02.06 – Fever Pitch Music Festival
- 05.06 – Dublin – Whelan’s –
- 07.06 – Bray – Harbour Bar
- 14.06 – Cork – Cyprus Avenue
- 15.06 – Limerick – Dolan’s Warehouse
- 21.06 – Portlaoise – Kavanaghs
- 22.06 – Galway – Roisin Dubh
- 29.06 – Waterford – Tully’s Bar
- 06.07 – Letterkenny – Central Bar