Revive Music Festival, Thurles, Co. Tipperary 6th August 2011

The Revive Music Festival is set to be one of the live music highlights of 2011. Not since the mid 90’s has Thurles witnessed a live event of this scale that boasts the very best in the Irish Music Industry including Mundy & Band, Ryan Sheridan & Whipping Boy.

Revive will get under way at 12pm on Sat Aug 6th in Thurles Racecourse with Thurles band Jester opening the festival & will continue until 11pm when the excellent Mundy will close proceedings.

While you enjoy the cream of Irish talent at Revive you can enjoy food & drink from Eddie Rockets, Supermacs, Bavaria & more. For those wishing to live the full festival experience Camping is available on Thurles Racecourse on Saturday night with a range of food stalls to choose from on the campsite.

Day pass €30.65 including booking fee. / Day Pass & Camping €42.25 including booking fee from & all ticketmaster outlets nationwide.


Mundy & Band

At the tender age of 18 Mundy started performing on busking haven Grafton St. Less than 2 years later Mundy signed with Epic Records & released his debut single “To you I bestow” which was included in the soundtrack for Baz Luhrmanns adaptation of Romeo & Juliet selling 11 million copies worldwide. Without a doubt one of the Irish music heavyweights Mundy has had major success with tracks such as crowd favourites “July”, “Mexico” & “Galway Girl”. Don’t miss Mundys excellent, energetic live show as he headlines Revive.

Whipping Boy

For those of you who were too small to go to The Feile or stay up for No Disco, Dublin foursome Whipping Boy are the one time purveyors of “Grot Pop” who garnered massive success with they’re 1995 album “Hearworm”. Having reformed for a number of limited shows including Revive, Ferghal McKee & co will take to the stage blasting they’re way through cult numbers like “We dont need nobody else”, “Twinkle” & the effortlessly ballsy “When we were young”.

Ryan Sheridan

Monaghan native Ryan Sheridan is one of 2011’s brightest new Irish talents. Recently completing his first national headline tour & and an impressive Late Late show appearance to boot, he also performed with distinction for President Obama in College Green, supported The Script & Bryan Adams in Dublin’s 02  with his acclaimed debut album  “The day you live forever” at top five hit since its release in May – redying Ryan for the big time!


Alt pop six piece Royseven came to prominence in 2005 when they became the first unsigned act to headline The Olympia theatre, they were soon snapped up by Universal Germany & release their album “The Art of Insincerity”. An explosive live band led by Tipperary man Paul Walsh, Royseven their follow up  You Say, We Say in 2011 attracting huge radio play for dynamic signle “We should be lovers”


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