31st December 2012

8.00pm
Price : €35.00 inc. booking fee

ADDRESS

Vicar Street, Thomas Street Dublin 8

WEB

www.turningpirate.com

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Mix Tape NYE Party 2012

Another evening with Turning Pirate.

Songs and collaborations with

Lisa Hannigan, Richie Egan(Jape), Jerry Fish,

Rhob Cunningham, Gavin Glass, We Cut Corners,

Cathey Davey, Neil Hannon, Steve Wall,

Harry Holler and The Hooligans,

The Tucan Orchestra, The Depravations

and more Surprise Guests.

Tickets priced €35.00 (inc. booking fee) go on sale this Friday  7th December & are available from www.ticketmaster.ie

With what has now become tradition on New Years Eve, Turning Pirate once again bring together a selection of Ireland’s best known, most talented and most fun loving artists for an evening of celebration.

With a house band made up of members of The Frames, Villagers, Lisa Hannigan’s band and with Ireland’s brightest talent as our duke box, once again the lines between audience and stage become blurred as Vicar Street is packed full of seasonal merriment, musical mayhem and downright good times.

Mix Tape NYE Party 2012

31st December 2012

8.00pm
Price : €35.00 inc. booking fee

ADDRESS

Vicar Street, Thomas Street Dublin 8

WEB

www.turningpirate.com

Share

Another evening with Turning Pirate.

Songs and collaborations with

Lisa Hannigan, Richie Egan(Jape), Jerry Fish,

Rhob Cunningham, Gavin Glass, We Cut Corners,

Cathey Davey, Neil Hannon, Steve Wall,

Harry Holler and The Hooligans,

The Tucan Orchestra, The Depravations

and more Surprise Guests.

Tickets priced €35.00 (inc. booking fee) go on sale this Friday  7th December & are available from www.ticketmaster.ie

With what has now become tradition on New Years Eve, Turning Pirate once again bring together a selection of Ireland’s best known, most talented and most fun loving artists for an evening of celebration.

With a house band made up of members of The Frames, Villagers, Lisa Hannigan’s band and with Ireland’s brightest talent as our duke box, once again the lines between audience and stage become blurred as Vicar Street is packed full of seasonal merriment, musical mayhem and downright good times.

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