Mother is making another visit to the City of the Tribes on Saturday, June 1 with Mother DJs pumping out electropop tunes for the queer masses.
“From their weekly club night in Dublin, their infamous festival sets from Electric Picnic to Body & Soul, their annual Pride Block Party, the biggest pride party in Dublin to their general hijinks & disco messing, these gays know how to party.
“Going strong for the past 9 years with resident DJs blasting out the best old school disco and electro under the mirror ball, in an explosion of sequins and confetti, Mother is coming back to Galway.”
Our good Judys at Mother certainly know how to get us into the Pride spirit. They announced this year’s now sold out Pride Block Party will get its biggest venue EVER – the spectacular National Museum of Ireland at Collins Barracks in the heart of the city centre.
If that wasn’t enough, Mother also announced a new music festival taking place this August: Love Sensation!
— LoveSensationFestival (@LoveSensation__) May 10, 2019
Love Sensation is the brand new ultimate queer festival and here’s the T on what is going to be one of the hottest dates in everyone’s calendar this summer.
Taking over the grounds of the Royal Hospital Kilmainham in Dublin on August 17 and 18, the two-day music and arts festival is aimed at the LGBT+ community and their many friends.
The line-up includes amazing artists such as Lily Allen, Kelis, Gossip, Clean Bandit and Mother DJs.
Also at Love Sensation, there will be a George Stage, where you can expect a ton of surprises including a host of RuPaul Drag Queens brought to you by Dublin drag legends ‘Dragged Up’ including Monet X Change, Naomi Smalls, Jujubee, Laganja Estranja & Sonique!
The weekend will also see performances from Daithí, Horse Meat Disco, Andy Butler (Hercules & Love Affair), Kelly-Anne Byrne, & more.
Grab your tickets quick over on Ticketmaster!
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