This will be the closest to a regular outdoor music festival we have seen in the West for some time – and it’s on next week in Claregalway.
Villagers, Bell X1, The Mary Wallopers, Jape, Daithi, Saint Sister and Maria Kelly are among the acts taking part in the five-day programme, which runs from 8th – 12th September.
Because of new Covid-19 guidelines, the organisers of Fall Right Into Place in the grounds of Claregalway Castle, Claregalway can now increase capacity and will also be able to remove the pods and social distancing requirements.
In line with Government guidelines, all patrons will be required to show their Digital Covid Certificate in order to attend this event.
Galway-based Strange Brew, the festival organisers, have announced that they will issue a refund to those who have already purchased their ticket but who do not have a Digital Covid Certificate.
The event, happening less than half an hour from Galway City, will offer a click and collect bar service as well as tasty food options from the Dela Foodtruck.
Tickets are €35 (+charges) per person, per day, and are available from www.fallrightintoplace.ie
Here is the line-up:
The Altered Hours
And So I Watch You From Afar
John Francis Flynn
The Mary Wallopers