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.