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Music / November 15, 2021

Roísín Murphy to headline Mother’s New Year’s Block Party

Music / November 15, 2021

Roísín Murphy to headline Mother’s New Year’s Block Party

Words: Dylan Murphy

The dance music icon heads to the National Museum of Ireland to ring in the new year.

Mother Block Party has called in Róisín Murphy for a huge solo show in the capital next month. She’ll be joined by Miss Panti Bliss, who is hosting duties on the night with more acts and performers to be announced soon.

Roísin’s performance at the National Museum of Ireland is part of huge celebrations for Winter Pride which spans across two stages of queer performance with bars, food stalls and hot drinks all available.

Tickets priced from 50 euro + booking fee are on sale now here.

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