St. Patrick’s Festival and Mother presents Cultúr Club

The stage is set 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. Cultúr Club will see St. Patrick’s Festival and LGBTQ+ Club promoters, Mother collaborate once again on the eve of the world’s largest celebration of Irish Culture for one big PARTY at Festival Quarter in the National Museum of Ireland, Collins Barracks. Expect the unexpected! 

Championing the idea that clubbing is culture – a vibrant and pivotal cultural expression – Cultúr Club spans 4 stages across the Festival Quarter site, playing host to some of Ireland’s finest DJs, drag queens, artists, cabaret talent and performers from across the LGBTQ+ community and traversing musical styles including pop, disco, electro, techno and beyond.

Beyond The Pale, Wicklow, 2022. Photo by Ruth Medjber @ruthlessimagery

Mother co-founder Cormac Cashman said ‘St. Patrick’s Eve has been one of the biggest nights for clubbing in Ireland for as long as I can remember. This St. Patrick’s Eve we’ll be celebrating clubbing as cultural expression; for the LGBTQ+ community in particular clubbing provides not only a vital means of expression of identity, but also an essential safe space, a place to meet and be with each other. We’re so proud to programme some of Ireland’s finest performers, DJs, drag queens & dancers to help us celebrate the opening of our national festival. Join us St. Patrick’s Eve. It’s going to be wild.’ 

Earlybird tickets are €20 (plus booking fee) and are on sale from from 11am on Friday 6 January. 

Doors to the site open at 6:00pm on Thursday 16 March.

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