- 08 Mar 22
The free over 18s Mo Cultivation event at the National Museum of Ireland, Collins Barracks is first come, first served, subject to capacity. Visit stpatricksfestival.ie for more information on Festival Quarter.
On Thursday, March 17, the very best of Ireland’s cutting-edge urban music scene will perform in the heart of Dublin city at the Mo Cultivation Urban Takeover.
The likes of Monjola, Celaviedmai, Nealo, Sim Simma Soundsystem, The X Collective, collaboration with 1000 Beasts x KhakiKid x DeCarteret, plus Gliders, with R3D on the decks and many special guests will make an appearance.
Taking place at the Festival Quarter in the National Museum of Ireland, Collins Barracks; doors for the free event will open at 6pm while the show kicks off at 6:30pm.
Mo Cultivation is a brand new Dublin-based arts platform showcasing the very best of urban culture from Ireland and around the world. Mo Cultivation is led by Bekah Molony (artist manager, booker and visual artist), R3D (founder of R3D’s House, DJ and artist) and Iman Dagari (event organiser and creative director).
“We are excited to bring Mo Cultivation to the world at this year’s St. Patrick’s Festival and couldn’t be more honoured that it’s happening for free on our National Day," Bekah Molony said today. "Our team have curated a night to remember and encourage anyone with an interest in urban culture to come and enjoy a variety of music and unique entertainment, this is just the beginning for Mo Cultivation.”
The St. Patrick's Night Mo Cultivation Urban Takeover will include full-band headline sets from hip-hop artists Monjola, Celaviedmai and Nealo. The evening kicks off with a soulful gathering from The X Collective artists featuring Toshín, Zapho, Siofra and Jesse (Cooks But We’re Chefs), Mutant Vinyl, Jess Kav, Tadgh and Shy Mascot.
An explosive drill set from Gliders will be followed by a Mo Cultivation curated collaboration between 1000 Beasts, DeCarteret and KhakiKid - all hailed as artists to watch in 2022. Sim Simma Soundsystem will close out the night - one of Ireland's foremost music trailblazers in Caribbean, Latin, and African music. The collective will host a dance party like no other with an assortment of DJs and surprise MCs.
Mo Cultivation takes place in Spiegeltent Mór at St. Patrick’s Festival Quarter, with no tickets required.
Entry to Festival Quarter is open to all throughout March 16-20, where festival goers can party or chill with the very best in Irish street food, bars, cafes, and a host of free events. The festival is open to all ages until 6pm and is strictly over 18s from 6pm daily.
For more details on St. Patrick’s Festival and to purchase tickets for selected, shows see stpatricksfestival.ie.
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