Skerries Soundwaves Arts and Music Festival 2014
The first tickets are available, brochures are being prepared now. And our website is nearly finished undergoing reconstruction!
Bit by bit, we are adding events to this website… and soon we’ll have the entire programme up. The website might look a little strange from time to time, but we hope to have work finished before the 11th of September. Thank you for your patience in the meantime!
See here what we already have, look at our calendar (not yet fully complete), and have a look at some of our highlights.
Tickets are already selling well – get them (and all other available tickets) in our Festival Ticket Office, Skerries Tourism, Thomas Hand Street (open Wed to Sun, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.) or online through Eventbrite (plus a booking fee).
Stay in touch!
Follow our Festival Blog to see what is happening in the run-up to the festival – and can we tempt you to join our wonderful team of volunteers for 2014? 🙂
Here are some pictures of Skerries Soundwaves 2013.
Enjoying Jack Wise
Peter Donnelly’s Yellow Submarine Workshop
Eleanor McEvoy and Soundwaves volunteers
Eleanor in full flight.
Festival Launch audience including Councillor Ciarán Byrne.
Lego Workshop – younger group.
Lego Workshop – older group.
Tribal Drumming Workshop
Rockabill Film Society
After the Shadows and Light gig. We love Skerries!
The Little Theatre was sold out for the Rodgers & Hammerstein Celebration.
Singer and MSPA children at the Rodgers & Hammerstein Celebration.
Words and Music: Laura McGuire, Enda Coyle Green, Darren Hughes, Marie Bashford-Synnott
Skerries Got Talent!
Skerries Got Talent Pirates
Rock Trailer, Street Party
Ryan O’Shaughnessy turned 21!
Dave Diebold at the Ham Sandwich gig
Ham Sandwich audience
Ham Sandwich’s Niamh
Street Party Dancers
Photograph by Lawrence J Breen
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Highlights of the 2013 festival included:
Look at our Festival Blog for photographs of our events and more.
“After the Festival” is “Before the Festival”: Glad you were there – see you 2014!