Top bands to perform at Dublin rally tomorrow
The Walls, Kila, Hothouse Flowers, Alphastates, The Amazing Pilots and The Devlins will be performing for the Make Poverty History protestors
The Hot Press Newsdesk, 29 Jun 2005
Irish musicians are joining the masses for the huge Make Poverty History rally that is taking place in Dublin's city centre tomorrow evening.
Protestors will be gathering in Parnell Square at 6.30pm and marching to Merrion Square (via O'Connell St.) where a series of speakers and bands will be appearing outside Dail Eireann from 7pm.
The Walls, Kila, Hothouse Flowers, Alphastates, The Amazing Pilots and The Devlins are among the bands performing at Dublin's answer to Live 8.
For more information on the rally, check out www.makepovertyhistory.ie
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