Féile na Gréine: IMRO nominated and London bound

LIMERICK festival Féile na Gréine has been nominated for an IMRO award in the Small Music Festival of the Year category. The volunteer run yearly festival is alongside some strong competition such as Other Voices, Beyond the Pale, and Another Love Story.

Féile Na Gréine Chairperson told Limerick Post, “As a community-led effort we are surprised and delighted by the nomination. We have always been uncompromising in what we believe a festival can offer audiences, artists and communities and it is great to see our efforts recognised among some of the best festivals in the country.”

FNG celebrates emerging and experimental music and art and community in an attempt to “provoke moments of joy in spaces and places across Limerick City.”

Four Limerick acts behind the Féile na Gréine music festival will perform in London next month as part of a St. Patrick’s takeover. Féile na Gréine (www.feilelk.ie) is a DIY, volunteer-led music festival that continues to build a national reputation. 

Laura Duff

His Father’s Voice, The Low Field, Laura Duff, and The PVP will take to the stage at the Irish Cultural Centre Hammersmith on Thursday March 14, in collaboration with Glór Nua: Next Generation Music, an evening of live music, celebrating new emerging artists.

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While this the first London appearance for the four Limerick bands, Féile na Gréine travelled to London in 2022 for the Irish Film London Awards, where their feature-length documentary, Out of Place, which was nominated for Best Documentary.

Follow the Irish Cultural Centre in Hammersmith here – https://irishculturalcentre.co.uk/event/glor-nua-x-feile-na-greine-st-patricks-takeover/