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Whelan's, Saturday 15th August

(Members of) Kíla – Socially distanced event limited to 88 people, Live @ Whelan's, Dublin.

Kíla return to Whelan's on Saturday 15th of August. It'll be one of our first gigs back since reopening and, although everyone is still social distancing, we're going try to make it as comfortable as possible. The show will be all seated and limited to 88 people. Tickets are on sale on Friday 24th of July at 10am.

Deirtear faoi Kíla, ar bunaíodh is iad fós ar scoil déanach sna h-ochtóidí, go bhfuil siad ar cheann des na buíonn is bisiúla agus is bísiúla in Éireann. Tá a gcruth fhéin á gcur acu ar an gceol Gaelach, cruth a bhíonn ag siar athrú le fuaimeanna ó cheolta na cruinne nó a dtuaraimí ceolmhara úra féin. ‘Ceol comhaimseartha cruinne Gaelach' an cur síos a déantar orthu go minic mar go bhfíonn siad a bhfoinn is a n-amhráin úra Gaeilge le h-urilisí ceol dúchasachasa ar nós fidil, feadóg, píobaí, is bodhrán le djembe, congas is drummaí mar aon le mandóilín, dord-ghiotár is giotáir aibhléiseach. Tá cúlraí ceol dúchasach, claiseacheach, is rac ag an t-ochtar ball de Kíla.


Formed at school in Dublin's late 1980's, Kíla are heralded as one of Ireland's most innovative and exciting bands. Their unique sound has been ever evolving, rooted in tradition, yet inspired by a myriad of influences and ideas from all around the world. Often defined as contemporary Irish World music, Kíla fuse their own melodies, Irish (Gaeilge) lyrics, Irish folk instruments such as whistles, fiddles, Uilleann pipes and bodhrán with djembe, congas, drums, mandolins, brass and acoustic/electric/ bass guitars. Kíla's eight members come from the differing musical backgrounds of traditional, classical and rock.


Date:
Saturday 15th August
Time:
8.00pm
Price:
€25
Address:
Whelan's, Wexford Street, Portobello, Dublin 2, Ireland

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