Belfast: The Re-Union: Moxie and SUPER CÉILÍ
DateApril 11, 2015
VenueDuncairn Centre for Culture & Arts
LocationBelfast, Northern Ireland
Saturday 11th April 2015. Doors 8PM. Tickets £15. BYOB. NO BAR.
After the AMAZING success of their Belfast debut’s in 2013 both acts have gone on to headline at major festivals at home, across Europe & USA.
Formed in late 2011 as part of the annual folk festival, Sligo Live, MOXIE are a Sligo and Limerick based band that formed through years of musical friendships from playing together at festivals around Ireland & abroad. The band incorporates Irish music with other genres such as folk, rock and new age bluegrass. A vibrant new band playing an exciting mix of traditional based compositions with richly developed layers of fantastic harmony. The band includes JPTrio members, Ted Kelly (banjo, tenor guitar, vocals), Jos Kelly (button accordion, keyboard, vocals), Paddy Hazleton (percussion, vocals) and Limerick based musicians, accordion and melodeon powerhouse Darren Roche and virtuoso banjo & guitar player Cillian Doheny.
SUPER CÉILÍ is the world’s first traditional music nightclub – an event so innovative that it creates a whole new genre of music; ‘Céilí Haus’. Live traditional musicians, a dance DJ and a battery of special effects combine to create phenomenal energy on the dance floor. Céilí dance your way through a sea of fog and glowsticks. You will scream and you will sweat. The music is awesome. The atmosphere is unbelievable.
‘Trad bands’ revolutionised Irish music in the 1970s. Riverdance revolutionised Irish dance in the 1990s.
SUPER CÉILÍ will revolutionise both.https://www.facebook.com/superceili?fref=nf