Enjoy live music across Galway as part of GIAF 2022

4 July 2022

GIAF runs from 11-24 July

Discover the programme at giaf.ie

This year Galway International Arts Festival presents one of its biggest music line-ups ever in a jam-packed music programme full of home-grown Irish talent, as well as artists from Finland, America and the UK. In addition to the Heineken Big Top line up, a wide selection of music genres, including trad, folk, choral, electronic, classical, beatbox, alt-rock and pop, will be presented in a number of venues across the City so that there’s something to suit even the most eclectic music tastes this July.

At Róisín Dubh experience great live music from

The Felice Brothers (11 July),

Orla Gartland (12 July),

Tuuletar (13 July),

Anna Mullarkey (14 July),

HousePlants (15 July),

Daithí (16 July),

Niamh Regan (16 July),

Joan as Police Woman (17 July),

Ye Vagabonds (18 July),

Gemma Hayes (19 July),

Mary Coughlan (20 July),

Junior Brother (21 July),

Malaki (22 July)

and Glasshouse (23 July).

The line-up at Monroes’s includes

David Keenan (13 July),

Soda Blonde (14 July),

the annual Traditional Music Showcases (14, 15, 16, 21, 22, 23 July),

Moxie (21 July)

and The Lost Brothers (22 July)

Spoken word artist Hollie McNish will play The Loft @ Seven Bar (20 July);

At the Pálás experience:

The ConTempo Quartet (19 July)

and CelloVision Travelling (20 July)

St Nicholas' Church will host

Cois Cladaigh (21 July) and Crash Ensemble’s [Reactions] (22 July).