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Music / February 2, 2022

‘For The Culture’ announces first wave of acts

Aby Coulibaly by Jordy @findjordy
Music / February 2, 2022

‘For The Culture’ announces first wave of acts

Words: Dylan Murphy

Aby Coulibaly, SELLO, Hare Squead and more announced for Ireland first-ever black-Irish music festival.

This week, ‘For The Culture’ announced its first wave of artists for the festival’s inaugural edition. Featuring the some of the country’s most exciting acts, it marks the first festival of its kind in Ireland.

Taking place at Fairy House Race Course on 28 May, ‘For The Culture’ celebrates the black-Irish community, its heritage and creative culture. The festival, founded by Black and Irish focuses on representation in the community but is open for all to attend. Aiming to spotlight artists, entrepreneurs and black-owned businesses around the country.

Wave One includes:

Hare Squead, Sello, Aby Coulibaly, Tebi Rex, Erica Cody, Plantain Papi, Alicia Raye, Andre Fazaz, DJ GEO, DJ SAZ, DJ Dacosta, DJ Safarii.

With more acts to be announced in the coming weeks.

Tickets go on sale this Thursday at 09:00 am via Eventbrite.ie.

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