- 09 Oct 19
Some of Ireland's most beloved artists are uniting to spread one common message: Let's save the Earth and plant some trees.
Born Optimistic presents ‘One Trillion Trees’ - an evening celebrating the role that trees have in slowing down the effects of climate change, at The National Concert Hall, 8 pm, Wednesday 6th November. This concert is a conversation starter, a consciousness raiser, and an attempt to move this issue closer to the centre of attention. Coming together to kick start the conversation through song is a host of superb Irish talent. The event features the likes of Cork's Caoilian Sherlock, legendary power pop band The Pale, stunning singer Luka Bloom, and many more. MCing the night is gifted comedian and podcast presenter Eve D'Arcy. Tickets, which are priced at €15, for ‘One Trillion Trees’ go on sale 10 am Thursday, October 10th atmusi www.nch.ie.
Planting trees is a natural reaction to the environmental problems we’ve all created. We don’t need to wait for any new technology to be invented, we just need to plant trees. After years of reading bad news about the environment, there is finally something positive we can all be part of that makes sense, that feels natural. This concert is a celebration of hope as an array of Ireland’s acclaimed artists respond with their art.
Other appearances will come from actress and singer Lisa Lambe, activist Gavin Harte, and Barcelona's Davy Lyons. It's truly a star-studded event. Expect songs and shared thoughts from some beautiful minds.
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