The first ever Coastal Notes wrapped up on Sunday night with Colm Lynch & Aaron Rowe finishing up in The Purty Kitchen, shortly after Jhil Quinn performed in The National Maritime Museum.
A massive thank you to all of you who made it down over the weekend and to the Artists & Venues who made Coastal Notes possible!
It was an amazing weekend on live music in the town, with twelve artists performing in some iconic venues. Check out the event photos below.
Friday 22nd September – Culture Night
Whole Lotta Voltage – Live at Gilbert & Wrights
Whole Lotta Voltage an AC/DC Tribute act rocked out at Gilbert & Wright on the Friday Night of Coastal Notes.
Saturday 23rd September
Fíona Nic Conmara & Tim Doyle live at dlr Lexicon
Fíona & Tim opened Saturday of the Festival performing Traditional Irish Music in the famous dlr Lexicon.
Voices of Erin perform in The Methodist Church
Sopranos, Voices of Erin sang in the lovey surroundings of The Methodist Church
Pat Coldrick plays his Classical Guitar in the wonderful surroundings of The National Maritime Museum
Pat Coldrick played to a packed house in the unique surroundings of The National Maritime Museum of Ireland.
Arlandria – The Irish Foo Fighters rock out in The Lighthouse
Arlandria, Ireland’s foremost Foo Fighters tribute act brought all the channeled the energy of Dave Grohl et al in The Lighthouse on Saturday Night.
Van Archer bring the 90’s to Gilbert & Wright’s
Dublin based Van Archer performed a mix of original tunes and 90’s covers in Gilbert & Wright’s.
N. C. Lawlor opens The Purty Kitchen
Famous Dublin busker, N. C. Lawlor got proceedings underway on Saturday Night in The Purty Kitchen in advance of David Kitt’s headline performance.
David Kitt closes off Saturday Night in The Purty Kitchen
Thanks again to everyone who made it to Coastal Notes: Dún Laoghaire’s Music Festival. See you next year!
If you’ve a venue in Dún Laoghaire or would like to perform at Coastal Notes 2018, please email [email protected]