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Tickets for the acclaimed music festival are available now.
When Next We Meet is a new immersive festival experience set to take place on the first weekend in July, featuring acts like Soda Blonde, The Wood of O, and Elaine Mai.
Taking place in the heart of South Tipperary, the festival is launching its brand with two separate nights of live music in an immersive festival-like experience.
The quaint charm and simplicity of Clonmel’s Raheen House Hotel will indeed be turned upside down and transformed into an adult-sized playground.
The founder and curator of When Next We Meet said: “We want to place Clonmel back on the map as a tour stop for current Irish artists. We want the subsequent knock-on effect to develop original music and music audiences here. The town has a rich history with music and the arts, and already has incredible and established outlets here for people with an interest in music.”
On July 1, the incredible and much-loved Soda Blonde, fronted by Faye O’Rourke, and the extremely talented John Francis Flynn will take to the stage, with local folk act The Wood of O opening the event.
Following on from this, things are due to take an electronic turn as the weekend goes on.
On July 2, Clonmel-based songwriter and producer Vale will open before Elaine Mai brings snappy electronic textures and beats to the stage.
Houseplants will also be making an appearance for what promises to be an evening full of dancing with an electronic collaboration of producer Daithi and Bell X1 frontman Paul Noonan.
These two summer nights are not to be missed, where artists and audiences alike will be treated to the best of Tipperary hospitality.
In keeping with the festival’s ethos, they have teamed with Citizen Ticket, so for each ticket sold a tree is planted. For information on tickets see here.
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