May events the perfect start to Summer!

This May at the INEC Killarney we have a lively collection of talented musicians and entertainers to provide the perfect start to summer in Killarney.

Visiting Killarney this May and looking to experience live Irish music from some of the most renowned names in the Irish music industry. Choose from the voice that is Eleanor McEvoy, the forever growing Hothouse Flowers or music mogul Freddie White. 

 

Eleanor McEvoy/  €17.90/ INEC Acoustic /Saturday 7th May 2016

Hot on the heels of her 12th studio album named ‘Naked Music’ released in February Eleanor  McEvoy will perform for one night only at the INEC Acoustic Club. First finding fame from her self-pinned single ‘Only a Woman’s Heart’ which brought her national and international attention she now has a back catalogue of music to guarantee a night to remember. Join Eleanor for her ‘Naked…Live’ show which will showcase her latest music.

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Hothouse Flowers/ €25.00/ Acoustic Club/ Sunday 8th May

The Hothouse Flowers have grown through the seasons since they first began as buskers in Dublin back in 1985. Join Liam Ó Maonlaí, Fiachna Ó Braonáín, Dave Clarke and Peter O’Toole for an exceptional night of Irish music. Where no two shows are ever the same and the improvisation that occurs showcases their raw talent. Catch these boys this May at the INEC Acoustic Club, the Hothouse Flowers in our opinion are forever in bloom.

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Freddie White /€20.00 / INEC Acoustic Club /Friday 27th May

Freddie White has been in the Irish music landscape since the 1970’s. A former member of the band Scullion with Philip King to name just one of his many musical collaborations to writing his own album material. A special talent of Freddie’s is his ability to excel at choosing songs from the likes of Tom Waits, Randy Newman and John Hiatt to name but a few. Freddie has been based in Australia since 2011 and returns to Ireland this May for his only Irish tour this year.  Certainly not a gig to miss if you are looking for a voice that captures all that is great about the Irish music scene.

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Looking for the perfect event for all the family! Saturday night mother and daughter date or an afternoon family day out, Nathan has all the family catered for.

Nathan Carter seating SOLD OUT Friday 13th May, Standing and Seating Tickets Available Saturday 14th May €22.90 and Tickets Available at the door  for the Family Afternoon Dance on Sunday 15th May €15.00 Adults, €10.00 Children (aged 10-16) and free for under 10’s. /INEC

Experience the phenomena that is Nathan Carter this May with 3 gigs at the INEC. Nathan is now on the road for over three years, has five albums and his most recent album ‘Where I wanna Be’ topped the Irish Charts at No.1 . Enjoy the live performance of his renowned single ‘Wagon Wheel’ and newly released music from his new album.  His Friday night show is currently SOLD OUT, standing and seating tickets are available for his Saturday night show and tickets for Sundays afternoon show will only be available at the door on the day.

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Treat your parents to a night of nostalgia and tunes!

Dickie Rock/ €20.00/ Gleneagle Ballroom  /Saturday 7th May 2016

With over 50 years of performing including representing Ireland in the Eurovision in 1966 and hundreds of albums and singles released join Dickie Rock this May for an evening of jam packed tunes. He once said that ‘music is in my blood’; with sentiment like that in mind you know that a night of musical bliss awaits you.

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The perfect musical anecdote if you are looking for a night out with a difference!

The Simon & Garfunkel Story  / €23.90/  INEC /Tuesday 24th May

Following a SOLD OUT UK Tour and nightly standing ovations The Simon and Garfunkel Story lands in Killarney’s INEC this May with reviews such as ‘Amazing’ Elaine Paige BBC Radio 2 and ‘Spine-Tingling Harmonies’ The Daily Record.

Their performance takes you through their story that shaped them from two young boys to the successful duo that they now are, including their shock split and their solo careers. Joining them on stage is a full cast of talented actors and musicians and enjoy renditions of some of their most famous songs such as Mrs Robinson, Bridge Over Troubled Water, Homeward Bound, Scarborough Fair and The Boxer.  Book your ticket now, a night not to be missed!

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 For further information email info@inec.ie or call 00353 (0)64 6671555

 

 

 

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