Rebellious Jukebox and Regional Cultural Centre Presents:
A Letterkenny Punk Rock Festival featuring live bands over two nights!
‘Downtown Dancer’ archive exhibition, movie screenings, talks, after show DJ sets and lots more …
– Iconic UK punk band. A veteran act on the London punk scene, 999 rose to fame during punk’s first major explosion in 1977. They are one of the most important bands to come out of that era. 999 includes original members Nick Cash and Guy Days, Arturo Bassick (The Lurkers) and Stuart Meadows.
– Formed in 1977 by the Cowan brothers and Colin “Getty” Getgood, the Outcasts are legends on the Belfast music scene. They were signed with Terry Hooley’s infamous Good Vibrations record label.
– Belfast Punk Rock band formed in 1978. The Defects remain the cornerstone of Belfast punk rock.
Shame Academy (Rudi)
– Brian Young & band play Rudi songs featuring Petesy Burns and Greg Cowan. Rudi were the very first punk band in Belfast, formed in 1975. Big Time by Rudi was the first release on Belfast’s homegrown Good Vibrations label.
– Dublin’s longest running punk band. Formed in 1981, Paranoid Visions have continued to be at the forefront of independent and DIY music culture in Ireland.
Amazing Dublin Punk Band who formed in 2015 and quickly garnered a reputation for themselves due to their raucous live shows.
50 Foot Woman
– Emerging Limerick punk band. Fusing post and anarcho punk, 50 Foot Woman is, without a doubt, one to watch.
When: 8th and 9th March 2024
Where: Regional Cultural Centre, Port Rd, Letterkenny, Co. Donegal, F92 C8HD
TICKETS GO ON SALE: FRIDAY 1st DECEMBER 2023
BOOKING INFORMATION TO BE CONFIRMED
*Please note line up may be subject to change
Supported by The Arts Council and Donegal County Council