Another Love Story

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Online, Saturday 15th August - Sunday 16th August

Another Love Story: It Just Wasn't Meant To Be – ALS Online 2020 presents live performances from your favourite corners of Killyon Manor and beyond…

Normally, Another Love Story is a bespoke festival weekender of music, art, conversation, food and frolics nestled amongst the graceful charm of their 18th century home of Killyon Manor. However, the most recent government restrictions, combined with the overarching issues and uncertainties which surround the COVID-19 situation, meant they were faced with the fact that they had to cancel the festival this year. So, while we have accepted our collective 2020 fate as best we can, ALS still didn't want to let the moment pass – So this year the festival has moved online!

Another Love Story: It Just Wasn't Meant To Be – ALS Online 2020 is a series of special broadcasts of live performances from The Manor and beyond which will air on Saturday and Sunday via their website and social channels featuring live performances from –

jape | Anna Mieke X Glasshouse | Rozi Plain (UK) | The Bonk | Fazer Fazer Fazer (DE) | Rachael Lavelle | Jonny Dillon | Young Hearts Run Free and more.

“We hope so much that this gives us all a chance to come together to feel at least some of that special ALS connection that is leaving such a huge hole in our lives over the next few weeks. However, we also want to draw a line in the sand here and say from the outset – while we are so buoyed by so many of the great online series and performances we have seen in the past few months, we feel strongly that musicians and event organisers should value their craft and their efforts. We also want to try to honour some amount of our support for the artists we booked for the festival this year. So we humbly ask you to further support our endeavours and efforts to produce something worthy of the weekend by buying a ticket for €10 or donate at your own leisure” – Support ALS at the Get Tickets link below!

Saturday 15th August - Sunday 16th August




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