Venue: Medieval Museum on Sunday 15th November at 12.30pm.
Music at the Museum is delighted to welcome back Luka Bloom for the final Sunday lunchtime concert of 2015 on Sunday 15th November at 12.30pm. A singer and songwriter whose music is defined by passion, lyricism, and a respect of tradition coupled with a willingness to defy expectations, Luka Bloom is one of Ireland’s best-respected contemporary folk artists. Playing in the intimate setting of the Garden Room at the Medieval Museum, don’t miss this wonderful opportunity to see one of the best!
With a poets heart and a rockster’s soul, Luka Bloom is regarded as one of Ireland’s best-respected contemporary folk artists, having produced 20 albums since the 1970s, Bloom continues to push the boundaries of what his music can do, and the 2012/13 Heartman Tour proves he is still making provocative, poetic music that delves deep into the intricacies of the human soul and pulls out the nuggets and puts them in a song. Luka Bloom writes and performs songs and has done for 4 decades now. For a man of limitless passion for music, change, tradition and its lessons, he says of it all that “It’s all about the Song”.
With concert ticket price linked to a visit to either the Medieval Museum or the Bishop’s Palace for just €2 and 10% discount on lunch at the Munster Bar, Café Royal or Geoff’s Café Bar, this is a great way to spend Sunday afternoon. Music, History and Food – that’s Sunday Sorted! For updates on this and upcoming events visit www.facebook.com/MusicAtTheMuseum
Tickets: €7 / €5 concession / Family €14 (2 adults & 2 children). Tickets on the door from noon.