There are no concerts planned for the Summer. KAM's regular concert seasons are Autumn/Winter and Winter/Spring. Planning is ongoing for the Autmun season.
KAM is an all-volunteer, community-based group of music afficianados who occasionally meet, plan and organize various events, mostly concerts, to further the already lively and diverse musical scene in the local area. Do you have an artist, band, act you would like to bring to Kinvara? Or are there local artists you would like to showcase? Would you like to assist in bringing these events to fruition? Consider volunteering to help in one of any number of ways (concert production, promotion, event planning, website management, etc.) and join in the fun.
Don't have time, but like the mission? Join KAM for as little as €10, and support the efforts while also getting concession rate to all KAM events.
Want to hear about KAM events regularly? Sign up for KAM's email list and get the news of concerts upcoming.
The KINVARA SAMBA BAND meets this Saturday (May 23rd) & future Saturdays, 10.30am in the Old Courthouse.
All welcome 13 years and over (we'd love some teenagers!). No experience necessary, instruments provided.
COME AND PLAY - IT'S A LOT OF FUN!
For more info contact Andrew 087 639 0904
In 2005, four musicians got together for an informal session in one of Sligo’s most unique pubs, Shoot the Crows. Soon the Wednesday night session was one of the most famed in the area, with musical styles from Irish traditional to Latin bossa, and a lot more in between. Encouraged by the weekly rapturous response, the four musicians, harking from different musical and cultural backgrounds, agreed to join forces and take their unique styles to the next level.
Thus, NoCrows were born.Read more: No Crows feat
The Gig Room—the half-sized, curtained-off Community Centre, lighted and decorated to enhance the presentation of small concerts—has been a great success thusfar with Ensemble Ériu kicking off the 2015 season, followed by the Joseph Brown School Annual Concert, The Oldtown Rounders, the second Blackboard Venue open mic night, and Johnny Moynihan with Brendan Hearty and Emily Donohue, and finally Sarah McQuaid on May 9. If you haven't seen it, in its reduced size it makes a lovely performance space, intimate and very suitable for acoustic concerts. It has the feel of an arts centre--and believe it or not, it's warm! We will continue to develop the space and make it as intimate and friendly as we can in keeping with KAM's reputation of concerts for good listening.
To play in random order.
Mardi Gras, February 2013