The Church of Ireland on Bindon Street, Ennis, is the venue for a new live music experience coming to Clare.
“Switch” – a Clare Youth Service initiative aims to showcase old and new music talent from all over Ireland in unexpected locations around Clare. The group of volunteers involved promise a “unique live music experience” and is aimed at 18 – 25 year olds in the Clare area.
“Switch aims to give you a concert experience with a professional atmosphere, and introduce you to your new favourite Irish artists” – Shane Killowry, volunteer EMP. Their first show this Friday, May 9, will present local alternative rock band “39 Shots”.
The group have been writing and performing together for over 6 years and have achieved a honed, unique and utterly fantastic original sound.
They will be joined by Ennis rap veteran Clerk 5 who will be showcasing his forthcoming EP which he recently recorded with music producer Deviant & Naive Ted.
Other acts will also perform on the night.
Switch is an alcohol and drug free event and offers an alternative Friday night experience for young people around Clare, the first event is Free but donations are welcome.
For further information check out the Ennis Music Projects Facebook page “ www.facebook.com/ennismusicproject
Doors open at 8.30PM this event is not to missed. This event is kindly supported by the Clare Youth Service, Phillip Walsh Audio Hire, Supermac’s and Suas Coffee House.

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