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Music / December 21, 2020

Watch The Festival of Now back on Youtube

Music / December 21, 2020

Watch The Festival of Now back on Youtube

The online festival raised vital funds for charity and showcased a slew of talented artists.

Over the weekend, some of Ireland’s most exciting acts performed as part of POD’s online festival The Festival of Now.

Raising awareness and funds for Jigsaw youth mental health charity, the performances are now available on Youtube to watch back.

Featured performances include: Gemma Dunleavy, Shiv, Saint Sister & Lisa Hannigan, Liam Ó Maonlaí, Aby Coulibaly, Jessie Thompson X KOJAQUE, Sorcha Richardson, GAFF, Nicole Flattery, Jafaris, FeliSpeaks, Adam Mohamed, Mango X Mathman, Monjola, Alex Gough, Pillow Queens, James Vincent McMorrow, Panti Bliss, R.Kitt and Blindboy.

Watch The Festival of Now below: