Cork Live Gig Preview - July 2011

Posted on Jun 30, 2011 in Music, News

 
 

 

The Marquee may be coming to a close but this month sees a another lash of gigs on Leeside along with a bunch of quirky festivals including Kinsale Arts Week and The Cork Comedy Festival.

Check out the video below for some of our top live music tips for July.


 

We’ve also got stacks of gigs and club events in our event guide so click here to get yourself up to date with what’s happening in the People’s Republic of Cork this coming month.

Watch out for the new PROC event guide smartphone app for iphone and android coming very soon. 

 
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