Bulmers Live at Leopardstown
8th June 2023
Irish band Wild Youth open Bulmers Live at Leopardstown, bringing elements of rock and R&B to their exuberant pop. The band are Ireland’s 2023 Eurovision hopefuls and will be sure to get the party going after racing!
15th June 2023
Keywest initially shot to fame for busking in Galway and Dublin. They have since garnered a host of number 1 singles, three number 1 albums and won multiple awards in Ireland. With a mix of folk, pop and rock the five-piece band bring high energy to every performance.
22nd June 2023
Mark McCabe doesn’t really need an introduction at this stage, having produced ‘Maniac 2000’, one of the biggest selling tracks in Irish history. The former head of music at RTÉ 2fm and DJ/Producer, is renowned for his high energy DJ sets and mixing/remixing abilities
13th July 2023
Berlin-based Wallis Bird is one of Ireland’s most vital and best-loved artists, known for her rousing performances earning a reputation worldwide for passionate, energetic, good-humoured concerts.
20th July 2023
The Undertones emerged from Derry in 1976. Their hit song, ‘Teenage Kicks’ was released, resulting in the band’s first appearance on Top Of The Pops and four highly acclaimed LPs followed. Now fronted by fellow Derryman Paul McLoone, his vocal prowess and electric onstage presence is not to be missed!
27th July 2023
Irish chart toppers The Academic will headline the Bulmers Live at Leopardstown stage on 27th July. The show will be the band’s only Dublin show of the summer, following a new album release in early 2023 and US tour supporting former One Direction singer Louis Tomlinson.
The human league
Best known for their hit ‘Don’t you want me’, The Human League was initially an experimental electronic outfit when forming in Sheffield UK in 1977. After signing to Virgin Records in 1979 the group attained widespread commercial success with their third album ‘Dare’ before becoming pop sensations throughout the world during the 1980s.
24th August 2023
Details to be announced soon