Gospel Rising Music Festival

Galway May 18th – 20th 2018

Music, workshops & fun for everyone!

Gospel Rising Weekend Event Guide

Well it’s finally here, the 9th annual Gospel Rising Music Festival is go! Hot on the heels of Mr. Sheeran, we are ready to rock Galway all weekend long! There’s lots happening from Friday evening right through to Sunday afternoon that you can get involved in. Here’s some of our main events and details of […]

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Festival Passes on sale!

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Gospel Rising Music Festival is Ireland's biggest annual gospel music and choral festival featuring workshops, concerts and boat-loads of fun!

Check out the weekend timetable and list of workshops available and secure your place while you can!

A limited number of all-inclusive Weekend Festival Passes are still available from €65, the best value ticket to all events throughout the weekend.

Limited tickets to individual Saturday workshops also on sale from €25.

Events, Concerts & Tickets

Gospel Rising in Bray

Friday May 18th

8pm: Big Festival Gig is at the Black Box Theatre, tickets on sale for €15/12.

11pm: Sing Along Social – Gospel Edition at the Róisín Dubh, limited spaces, €5 on the door.

Saturday May 19th

1.30pm: Lunchtime Choral Concert at St. Nicholas Church, €5 on the door.

8pm: Kevin Doyle Is Not Elvis is at Monroes, tickets on sale here or on the door for €15.

Sunday May 20th

12.30pm: Cathedral Mass with the Festival Chorus, all welcome to come along and join in.

2pm: This Is Me: Group Choral Workshop at Galway Cathedral, tickets in advance here or on the door for €10. Workshop ends at 4pm.

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The Gospel Rising Music Festival is a social, fun and energetic gospel music festival that takes place annually in Ireland. Through workshops, concerts and other events we bring people together and showcase the various gospel music styles to be found across Ireland and beyond.

Brought to you with the support of:

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