Midnight Run play Tramore this weekend

High energy bluegrass band come to town this Friday, January 24th.

Often described as a ‘powerhouse of music, Tennessee-based bluegrass band, Midnight Run along with Seth Mulder play The Coastguard and Cultural Centre, Tramore this Friday, January 24th.

All the way from The Smoky Mountains

The band has earned a reputation for being one of THE most entertaining new acts on the bluegrass scene and are racking up to 200 gigs a year. That’s quite a few notches on their belt! True to “old-style” bluegrass music, they know how to keep audiences on their toes. Check out their video here

Credit: midnightrunbluegrass.com

Coastguard Cultural Centre

Originally built in 1874 as a base for the regional branch of the Irish Coastguard, the Coastguard Cultural Centre was used by the Coastguard service until 1922. It’s now home to a diverse range of art exhibitions and classes plus hosts a great coffee shop. Should be pretty amazing to hear some bluegrass echo through the building on Friday night!

Coastguard Cultural Centre

Show starts 8pm. Tickets 15 euro. Get yours before they’re gone.


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