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Music / May 26, 2022

Negro Impacto, EFÉ, Æ MAK amongst performers at IMMA this summer

Photo credit: @isseygoold Negro Impacto
Music / May 26, 2022

Negro Impacto, EFÉ, Æ MAK amongst performers at IMMA this summer

Words: Dylan Murphy

Continuous Patterns, the two day celebration of music, art and culture in the grounds of IMMA takes place in July.

As we head into the first summer of unrestricted festivities since 2019, Continuous Patterns has revealed its lineup for their two day event at IMMA, Royal Hospital Kilmainham. 


Hosting two stages of live music, DJs, food and more, the two day event takes place on Friday 15 July and Saturday 16 July. Alongside two special guests yet to be announced, the lineup features: Negro Impacto, Jar Jar Jr, EFÉ, Æ MAK, Glasshouse, R.Kitt on Friday. On Saturday, Aoife Wolf, Rugs and Stomptown Brass perform while Ye Vagabonds team up with multi-instrumentalist Gareth Quinn Redmond for a special performance. Elsewhere, the terrace bar features DJ sets from Claire Beck, Donal Dineen, Emmy Shigeta and Desert Island Disco.

2022 Lineup.

For more information click here. Day Tickets start at 30.00 euro (including booking fee), click here to purchase tickets.

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