Together For Yes announce speakers to join Olympia gig

Together For Yes announce speakers to join Olympia gig
Tara Flynn

The Together For Yes campaign have announced the musicians and speakers lined-up to take part in their fundraiser gig being held at the Olympia on May 2.

A host of Irish acts will perform on the night and they will be joined by a number of speakers such as writer, actor and comedian Tara Flynn.

Other speakers include writer, actor and campaigner, Eva O'Connor; Eilieann Flynn, a Traveller Rights Activist; Carol Williams of Grandparents For Repeal; Claudia Hoareau, MERJ Migrants and Ethnic-minorities for Reproductive Justice; Ailbhe Smyth, Director of Together For Yes and Anna Cosgrave of Repeal Project.

Mary Black and James Vincent McMorrow are headlining the event which also includes The Strypes, Le Galaxie and Mango.

Thanks Brother, a new project from Róisín O an John Broe, will also be taking to the stage as will Veda's Coven which features Veda Lady and special guest Andrea Horan.

In addition to these acts will be Sing Along Social which will have everyone on their feet and singing along to some awesome power-women-pop.

Tickets are available now from Ticketmaster.ie.

Digital Desk

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