Bottlenote Festival 2014 brings the cream of contemporary folk musicians together with Dublin's most respected improvising musicians for two very special nights of music this September.
The festival will return to the atmospheric surrounds of the gloriously dilapidated Georgian residence on North Great Georges Street for the 2014 edition. The Walls will once again have ears, with four limited capacity performances taking place over two nights in late September. Making the most of this abandoned yet beautiful Georgian residence, the audience will be led from room to room throughout the house to experience quiet improvisations, explosive sets and moments of magic.
2014 artists include Eric Biondo (USA) – trumpet, beatboxing; Dan Trueman (USA) - hardanger fiddle; Caoimhín Ó Raghallaigh – hardanger fiddle; Roy Carroll (GER) – computer and prepared speakers; Djackulate – turntables; Justin Carroll – keyboards; Shane Latimer – guitars, electronics and Seán Mac Erlaine – woodwinds, electronics.
This is a strictly limited capacity event and will run for two shows each night at 7:30pm and 9.30pm with doors opening 15mins before each performance. Last year’s concerts sold out and advance booking is mandatory.