Bulmers Live At Leopardstown 2016: First 3 Acts Announced!

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Bulmers Live At Leopardstown is becoming something of a staple for concert-goers summers, with each year’s lineup getting stronger and stronger. This year is no exception, as the first 3 acts have been announced and they are nothing short of impressive.

Over the past few years, the Bulmers Live At Leopardstown series has seen some incredible acts take to the stage to play to adoring crowds following a wonderful summer’s day at Dublin’s own Leopardstown Racecourse. Some of these notable acts have included The Coronas, Hudson Taylor, Johnny Marr, The Stunning, Ash, Original Rudeboys and even Fun Lovin’ Criminals. From this short list alone, it’s clear that this summer-long festival has a little something for everyone.

While the entire lineup has yet to be announced, we do now know three of the names who will be treating us with live performances this summer; The Boomtown Rats, The Strypes and Booka Brass Band.

That’s right – three incredible homegrown bands playing Dublin’s Leopardstown Racecourse this summer! The scheduled dates are as follows:

July 21 – Booka Brass Band

August 4 – The Strypes

August 11 – The Boomtown Rats

 

If you’re looking to purchase tickets or seek further information, head over to Bulmer’s Live At Leopardstown’s official website for group bookings and more.  Tickets will also be available at Ticketmaster outlets and www.tickets.ie.

 

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