Saturday 23rd June, 8.00pm
Award-winning accordionist Sharon Shannon and band return to the National Concert Hall bringing her high energy cocktail of traditional Irish music mixed with African, Cajun, Blues, Hip-hop and Jazz.
Room: Main Stage
Price: €34, €30, €26.50 & €19.50 (Choir Balcony)
Concessions: €30.60, €27.45, €23.85, €17.55 (Choir Balcony)
10% discount for Groups of 10 or more
10% discount for Friends of the National Concert Hall
Support from Susan O’Neill & House 33 Bodhrán Band
Susan O’Neill has been compared by Pure M to both Adele and Florence and the Machine and counts U2’s Bono among her fans. Her songs and live performances are incredible and she recently blew away audiences on her first national Australian tour. As well as vocals and guitar, Susan also plays trumpet and sax.
House 33 Bodhrán Band is comprised of students, staff and past pupils of St Augustine’s School in Stillorgan. Formed in 1999 by teacher Sylvia Cunningham, House 33 has grown to 20 members and has performed for President Michael D Higgins. House 33 surprised both Sharon Shannon and the audience at Temple Bar Tradfest a few years ago with an impromptu performance and Sharon has been looking forward to having them join her on stage at the NCH.