Feile Classical, Tipperary, 21 + 22-09-2018

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Feile Classical, Tipperary, 21 + 22-09-2018

Post by humphrey » 24 Apr 2018 14:05

Feile Classical,
21 + 22-09-2018


How do I get tickets to Feile Classical?
To get tickets, head to https://www.ticketmaster.ie/promo/3xbui ... -Classical

They go on sale at 9am this Friday, April 27.

How much do tickets cost?
Tickets start from €49.50, plus charges.

The event is fully seated.
Things to mention!
“The Trip to Tipp is Back! Get the original gang back together for a return to the old stomping ground of Féile!
‘Go onto @FéileClassical Facebook or Twitter to share your Féile Stories for a chance to win tickets’

Féile Classical Must-Know Information
⦁ It’s been 28 years since the first ‘Trip to Tipp’ in 1990, the last was in ’97.
⦁ Féile Classical takes place on Friday 21 September and Saturday 22 September
⦁ Tickets are From €49.50 and go on-sale this Friday April 27th at 9am.
⦁ It is called Féile Classical as all acts are performing with the Irish Chamber Orchestra
⦁ It is a Fully Seated Concert, the stage will be on the pitch, the audience will be in the New Stand
⦁ As this is a seated concert the tickets are Very Limited – this concert has a quarter of the amount of tickets available as the original Féiles!
⦁ Other than the concert there is a Tribal area, MC’ed by John Meagher from the Irish Independent – discussions about sport and music and how the original Féiles changed the Irish live music scene and young Irish music fans lives forever.
⦁ There will be a Food and Drink pop-up market, with a festival feel, but fancy! Prosecco Bars, Gin Bars, delicious food from the best purveyors in Tipperary and Munster.
⦁ Féile TV will be making its illustrious return at Féile Classical.
⦁ Special Guest performers will be announced.
⦁ FéileClassical.ie has an array of photos from the original Féiles – people should log on to see if they can spot themselves.
Things to recall about the original Féiles
The Guinness Trains, especially put on to deal with the demand
The first ever festival campsite happened at Féile at Thurles Racecourse
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