Concert-goers can expect rapturous, spine-tingling versions of anthems such as Brewing Up a Storm, Celebrate, Parachute, Mary, Don’t Go, After All.Each song will be imperiously performed by the supremely talented combination of bands and orchestra, with the latter’s soaring strings and powerful arrangements adding sparkle to every song!
A very exciting pop-up Food Village will flank the pitch where concert-goers can pick and choose from food offerings from around the world. Inclusive of vegetarian / vegan stalls and an incredible BBQ area, the Food Village will satisfy even the most discerning of 21st century foodie, not to forget the drink offerings such as prosecco and gin bars, and pints poured from a keg!
Tipperary’s own John Meagher, both an Irish Independent music critic and GAA enthusiast, will curate the Tribal tent, dedicated to discussion of the Féile glory days when Semple was associated more with live music, than hurling! Discussions will also focus on the importance of sport and music in the day-to-day lives of Irish people and our tribal following of both
The grounds flanking the pitch will display a photography exhibition of the fans and bands of Féiles past, featuring Mohawks, dodgy jumpers, seas of cans and mosh-pits of dreams. You might even spot your nineties self in amongst the madness! And for those who might feel like recapturing those daring moments of Féiles of yore, Féile TV will be on hand once again to record the craic in Semple.