Date: Saturday 29 September
Time: 6:30pm doors open
Venue: Courtyard @ Skerries Mills
Since they first debuted in 2006, Delorentos have solidified their status as one of Ireland’s premier recording and live acts. Since 2007 Delorentos have released two critically acclaimed albums; 2007′s In Love With Detail, and 2009′s You Can Make Sound, which as well as hitting number 2 in the Irish charts won Entertainment.ie’s Album of the Year. Following on from the recent release of their third album, Little Sparks, Delorentos will certainly rock the crowd in the amazing setting of the open air Courtyard @ Skerries Mills.
And if that wasn’t enough to tempt music lovers…there are three up-coming acts to get you warmed up beforehand: Rooftop Anthems, Red Empire and Liz Seaver
A high-energy, entertaining outfit with huge indie-rock sound, Rooftop Anthem are a five-piece outfit based in Dublin. With an eclectic mix of sing-along indie anthems that strike an almost instant connection with the listener, and performances that capture the audience’s attention from start to finish, Rooftop Anthem stand out as a unique act with a unique sound. Find out more…
“‘With a catchy, memorable element to her melodies, along with that striking voice and endearingly modest stage persona…this is one girl whose more intimate gigs we should treasure before she hits the big time.” A singer/songwriter from our very own Skerries! Liz has been singing and playing music all her life. She has played in many gigs and festivals over the years but her first major gig was a support slot for Damien Dempsey. Some other supports include Jack L, Iain Archer, Albert Niland, Mickey Harte, John Jorgenson and Honor Heffernan. Liz is currently working on the release of a second album.Find out more…
Red Empire are a new emerging Indie Rock band from Dublin. Red Empire have been together since 2009. However they all started much earlier than this, when they enlisted the help of their friend Joe Jewell from Irish Rock Band Aslan. Together they began recording their debut album, however this fell short due to personal issues with members of the band. It was then that Craig and Gar who also knew Joe, decided to venture further with their outfit and expand. It was through the help of Joe that the two groups merged and hence Red Empire was born. Find out more…