- 03 Sep 21
The changes come after the easing of restrictions on live events announced by the government earlier this week.
Irish record label Strange Brew have announced increased capacity for their festival Fall Right Into Place, thanks to new government guidelines.
The festival is set to place on the historic grounds of Claregalway Castle, just outside of Galway City, from September 8th to 12th.
Tickets were originally sold in pods of in pods of four and six. Now however, single tickets are available and all pods and social distancing measures will be removed.
In line with government guidelines, all patrons will be required to show a Digital Covid Certificate in order to attend the festival. Refunds will be issued to anyone who does not have a Digital Covid Certificate, according to a statement from Strange Brew.
Restrictions on live events will ease from Monday September 6th onwards, as outlined by Taoiseach Michael Martin earlier this week.
Under the new guidelines, organised outdoor events and mass gatherings can take place, operating at 75% of the venue's capacity, where all attendees are immune (fully vaccinated or having recovered from Covid-19 within the last six months), or accompanied minors.
Organised indoor events and mass gatherings can take place, operating at 60% of the venue's capacity, where all attendees are immune or accompanied minors. For groups of mixed immunity status, there will be no change to the current restrictions in September.
See the line-up for Fall Right Into Place, which boasts some of the country's top acts and is carefully curated to reflect the Strange Brew ethos, below.
Tickets are €35 per person per day and are available from www.fallrightintoplace.ie.
— Strange Brew (@StrangeBrewIrl) August 23, 2021
The Altered Hours
And So I Watch You From Afar
John Francis Flynn
The Mary Wallopers