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General News / September 11, 2019

Rap artists to take over Meeting House Square for Culture Night

General News / September 11, 2019

Rap artists to take over Meeting House Square for Culture Night

Culture Night sees a selection of Ireland’s finest hip hop talents take over Meeting House Square for one night only.

We’ve done events on boats, in mansions, The GPO, fruit and veg markets, old cinemas… Now we’re linking up with Culture Night for a special evening in Temple Bar’s outdoor cultural focal point, Meeting House Square.

Operating a one in one out system on the night, it features a line-up of the country’s finest hip hop acts and what’s better, its completely free.

Friday 20 September sees Celaviedmai, Pat Lagoon, and BOYW1DR bring their own unique energy to Temple Bar. Coupled with Gadget and the Cloud and District Magazine Djs spinning a selection of heaters under the venue’s umbrellas, it promises to showcase some of Ireland’s most exciting up and comers.

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There’ll also be some complimentary drinks courtesy of our pals at Red Bull Ireland.

Click here for more info.