Headliners Announced for Festival at Claregalway Castle

Headliners Announced for Festival at Claregalway Castle

After a successful pilot event last Autumn, Fall Right Into Place returns to Claregalway Castle this September with a fantastic programme featuring some of Ireland's finest musicians. Find out who will be playing and how to get your hands on a ticket...

Organised and presented by legendary Galway gig organisers, Strange Brew, this year's edition of 'Fall Right Into Place' will run from September 16th-18th and will take place in the gorgeous surrounds of Claregalway Castle. The Galway festival will feature headline shows from NewDad (Friday 16th), The Scratch (Saturday 17th) and The Mary Wallopers (Sunday 18th). There will be a full craft bar from the good people at Galway Bay Brewery, a wine and cheese bar and tasty food from the Dela Foodtruck and Wierd Dough Pizza.


Many more acts will be announced over the coming months so make sure you are following Fall Right Into Place on Instagram and Facebook to get all the important updates. The line-up has been carefully curated to reflect the Strange Brew ethos, honed over 20 years promoting concerts and artists, and features friends, old and new.

Tickets are €35 (+charges) per day and are available from Friday 17th June at 10am, via www.fallrightintoplace.ie and www.strangebrew.ie.

The Scratch

There will be a return bus service available, going from Galway Cathedral and back to Galway’s Westend for a late night music trail in Róisín Dubh, The Blue Note, Massimo, Bierhaus & Salthouse. Get bus tickets here.

"This is more like a reboot of Fall Right Into Place than a second year! We were operating under a lot of restrictions for the first one in 2021, but I think everyone could see the potential for what it could become when things returned to normal. It was so magical last year, a real balm for the soul at a difficult time, a very emotional experience for a lot of people - Myself included! I am very happy to be able to invite back some of the acts that performed last year, as well as plenty of new ones. There’s some big changes too: capacity has been expanded, it’s no longer all seated. We have Galway Bay Brewery on board, so there’s going to be a wonderful array of craft beers available. The buses run back to Galway’s Westend after as well for a late night music trail. The perfect way to wrap up the festival season." - Gugai

So set those alarms for 10am on Friday June 17th to make sure you get your tickets.

Mary Wallopers

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