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Mother Presents Cultúr Club at Festival Quarter 2024

Thursday 11 January

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St. Patrick’s Festival and Mother are delighted to present Cultúr Club at Festival Quarter in the National Museum of Ireland – Decorative Arts & History at Collins Barracks on Saturday 16th March 2024.

Cultúr Club is back at St. Patrick’s Festival 2024 for a very special night of live music, queer performance and art in celebration of Irish LGBTQ+ club culture and the transformative power of the dancefloor in one of Ireland’s most iconic spaces.

Across three stages including a 3500-capacity main stage dance tent, a drag cabaret circus tent & the outdoor arena in Clarke Square, Cultúr Club returns with an array of live, DJ, and drag talent from across the LGBTQ+ community, traversing musical styles from electronic & disco to trad, techno and beyond for a massive multi-stage queer dance party.

Headlining the Main Stage Dance tent, Irish-born DJ & producer, trUst label boss, and co-founder of Body Movement Festival, SAOIRSE. Hav­ing spent the best part of 15 years col­lect­ing records Saoirse has now estab­lished her­self as a hugely respect­ed name with­in the elec­tron­ic music com­mu­ni­ty.

RTÉ Choice Music Prize-nominated electronic powerhouse Elaine Mai returns to Cultúr Club in 2024 joined by MayKay and guests for a very special performance showcasing the latest and greatest from the electronic producer.

Mother DJs Ruth Kavanagh, Ghostboy & Rocky T Delgado will be joined across the site by DJs Kelly-Anne Byrne, Puzzy Wrangler, and more with dancers, kinksters, and fabulous drag artists.

The Mother ‘Géilí Mór’, Ireland’s largest Queer céilí returns with the fabulous PJ Kirby (co-host of the smash hit podcast, I’m Grand Mam), with help from RiverDrag & a live queer céilí band.

With lots more to be announced, including conversations and chats with Louise McSharry and guests, the annual St. Patrick’s Eve celebration of Irish LGBTQ+ club culture is the ultimate party starter for the St. Patrick’s Festival weekend.

Doors to the site open at 5:00pm on Saturday 16 March. For more information on Cultúr Club.

This event is subject to licence.

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