- 10 Feb 23
Brinda Irani, Salamay, Zeztra, Daniel Armstrong, Conor Marcus and Brad Heidi are among the artists set to perform at tomorrow's event.
Following lauded events in Limerick and Waterford, Three's City Stages initiative is cranking up the volume in its celebration of emerging Irish talent – with a Dublin event this Saturday, February 11, on South Anne Street.
From 12-3pm, the custom-built stage will host a line-up featuring some of Ireland's most promising up-and-coming musicians, including Brinda Irani, Salamay, Zeztra, Daniel Armstrong, Conor Marcus, and Brad Heidi.
The Dublin event is part of Three's campaign to support the next generation of artists – who are currently performing on city streets, or in small clubs and venues – to progress their careers to the biggest stages in the country. Applications for buskers to perform on a City Stage are now open at 3.ie/CityStages.
As part of its ongoing tour of Ireland, Three City Stages has already provided a platform for the likes of Korey Power, Leah Moran, Robert Dawson, and Uisce Jones. Alongside the new and emerging talents, the events have also featured acclaimed Irish stars as special guests – including Eurovision-bound band Wild Youth and folk-pop artist Saibh Skelly, who kicked off the first showcases in Limerick and Waterford earlier this year.
Over the weeks and months ahead, the initiative will continue to visit towns and cities across Ireland, to shine a spotlight on some of the country's best new talent – and provide opportunities for them to perform on some of the biggest stages in the country, including 3Olympia Theatre and the 3Arena.
Those chosen to perform will be given their own dedicated performance slot and recorded content of their performance – while every musician who applies will be offered access to a series of mentoring masterclasses led by a panel of Irish music industry professionals. The mentorship will supply the burgeoning musicians with information on everything they need to help progress their music careers – from advice on management and booking live shows, to increasing their fan base and pitching their music to media.
The initiative is presented by Three, and supported by Hot Press, AIM Ireland and Sony Music Ireland, as well as City Stages ambassador Tracy Clifford.
City Stages is part of Three’s commitment through 'All For Music' to support and nurture new and exciting musicians in Ireland.
Interested in performing at an upcoming City Stages event? Applications are now open at 3.ie/citystages.
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