Beoga Announce Cork Show
Beoga supported Ed Sheeran at Pairc Ui Chaoimh over the weekend and are now set for their own headline Cork show.
Irish band Beoga have released a brand new single ‘We Don’t Have To Run’, with singer/songwriter Ryan McMullan guesting on lead vocals. Since signing with Spirit B-Unique Records, Beoga have been working hard on new music, collaborating with Foy Vance and Johnny McDaid amongst a host of other names. ‘We Don’t Have To Run’ is the first single to be taken from their forthcoming album.
Beoga (Irish for ‘lively’) have been in existence for fifteen years, and in that time they’ve produced five critically acclaimed albums, been shortlisted for a Grammy and performed with the Ulster Orchestra at the BBC Proms. They are described by the Wall Street Journal as ‘the most exciting new traditional band to emerge from Ireland this century’.
2017, was something of a banner year for Beoga as they co-wrote the massive international hit ‘Galway Girl’ with Ed Sheeran and performed with him to 150,000 people at Glastonbury, taking them to a new audience and a new level. Ed has once again asked the band to support him and they are looking forward to being onstage at his Irish dates this month.
With an album release in the near future and more tour dates in the diary, 2018 looks set to be another exciting year for Beoga. Catch Beoga as they close off their 2018 tour at Live at St. Luke’s, Cork, Saturday 29th September. Tickets €20 plus booking fee go on sale Tuesday 8th May at 9am from uticket.ie. Early booking is advised.
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