Remember Bryan Adams?
A hitchhikers guide to Hard Working Class Heroes 2013.
Here’s a no frills day by day breakdown of EP2013, we did put it in alphabetical order though.
The spoken word section of a festival can often be overlooked when pre-festival hype is in full swing, but never with Electric Picnic.
The Dirty Old Town Speakeasy with appearances from Jerry Fish, Nellies Fortune Consultations, The Brownbread Mixtape, Eleventyfour and The Longitude Burlesque Dance Troupe. We reckon this late addition will be the highlight of the weekend.
The festival of all festivals happened last weekend at Worthy Farm and unlike previous years this year was, for the most part, a scorcher.
The National have grown in popularity with each album, so much so that this time around, they headlined Live at the Marquee in Cork. Though they have graduated from sweaty clubs to the stadium circuit they retain the capacity to connect on a human level.
A rare performance of three of Vivaldi’s flute concerti, The Storm at Sea, The Goldfinch and The Night, in the atmospheric surroundings of the Freemason’s Lodge.
Returning after a successful run of concerts last year, Iveagh Gardens is back with another Summer Series. This year there will be a series of eight, starting with Imelda May on 11 July.
Belfast Music Week comes to Sea Sessions 2013, on Saturday, 22 June with a line-up featuring five of Northern Ireland’s finest artists.