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Sheerbuzz + Callum Wall + Tramp (Concert)

Saturday July 1, 2023
Show Date & Time:
Saturday July 1, 8:00pm
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Formed in 2017, Sheerbuzz is a Donegal-based alt-rock band made up of four long-time childhood friends, Lachlann Ó Fionnáin, Lughan Devenny, Adam Grady and Evan McGinty. Since moving away for college a few years back, gigs and releases have been few and far between. However, this summer, they’re back with two brand-new tracks and a short Irish tour to make up for lost time. 

Since their last RCC headline in 2019, they’ve gathered some accolades few Donegal bands have managed to collect, such as being played on BBC 6 music multiple times by Steve Lamacq, having their first Dublin Headline, making their TV debut on BBC 1 NI on Ceol le Toal, and even hit the Australian rush hour Airwaves on Triple J radio.

Combining a love of 60s rock and blues, 80s glam rock and modern bedroom indie, Sheerbuzz has maintained a strong and growing following through word of mouth among college scenes around Ireland. Their new single, Talk To, set to release on the 30th of June, brings the band in a new, more atmospheric sonic direction, recorded in Valley Music Studios with Terry mc Ginty. Written during the 2nd lockdown of 2020, Talk To depicts the breakdown in communication that distance can bring to any relationship. 

“We’re so excited to be back in the RCC, it’s an absolute pleasure to play on that stage, and we can’t wait to show everyone the full headline set we’ve been working on for the last few years. Hopefully, we’ll have a few surprises in there too.” Lughan Devenny.

Sligo born and raised, Callum’s artistic journey kicked off in earnest in 2021 following a move to Dublin. His debut EP LIVIN’ IN LIMBO is already a cult classic within the city’s burgeoning indie scene, having amassed over 30,000 streams to date. 

Wall is known for his exciting live performances alongside his fellow Ganzy Collective members. Their sets spark influences from bands like The Smiths with their fast guitar riffs, bands like Fleetwood Mac with their sweet melodies, and artists like Neil Young and Bob Dylan with their emphasis on lyrical storytelling.

TRAMP’s fiery and cathartic, Donegal-accented performance combines earworm guitar riffs & drums, which keep you guessing with a raw, unrelenting voice. Tramp’s “timely lyrics” With their queer-punk sound is truly infectious, being shown love from the likes of ‘BBC Radio 1’s Introducing’ to Nialler9, DigWith It & Chordblossom. This bunch of north westIreland’s DIY, post-punk-inspired hallions are 2023’ssweet breath of fresh air you want to discover. Following their successful debut single; ‘Frankenstein’ (breaking through with over 30k streams before its one-year anniversary), headline UK tour & supporting The Undertones, General Fiasco, Cherym & TOUTS last year; this band is the name in everyone’s mouth.

“Tramp played like a band who understood their mission. They were in a hurry to achieve it. It’s going to be a compelling journey.”-Stuart Bailey, Belfast Telegraph, Feb 2023


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Box Office

The main box office for RCC concerts and events is located at An Grianán Theatre, Port Road, Letterkenny Tel: (074) 912 0777


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In Person

Call into An Grianán Theatre Box Office during opening hours: Monday to Friday 9.30am to 3.30pm.
Closed Saturdays, Sundays and Bank Holidays.

There is a €1 booking fee per ticket. These booking fees are non-refundable and cannot be exchanged for credit.

We offer concessionary rate to students, over 65s, under 18s, unemployed and registered disabled. Current ID is essential to avail of these concessions. Concessions may not be available for some shows.

By Phone

Call An Grianán Theatre Box Office on Tel (074) 912 0777 (Dial 1 for Box Office).
Monday to Friday 9.30am to 3.30pm.
Closed Saturdays, Sundays and Bank Holidays.

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There is a €1 booking fee per ticket. These booking fees are non-refundable and cannot be exchanged for credit.

E Tickets

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Terms & Conditions

  1. Latecomers may only be admitted until a suitable break in the performance at the discretion of management.
  2. Management reserves the right to refuse admission.
  3. Use of flash photography and recording equipment is not permitted. 
  4. Management reserves the right to make essential changes to the cast or programme without prior notice.
  5. Management reserves the right to cancel any performance without prior notice. In this event tickets may be exchanged or refunded to the face value only from the original point of sale.
  6. Ticket holders enter the venue at their own risk and assume all responsibility for their property.
  7. Food may not be consumed in the auditorium.
  8. For safety reasons, buggies or carrycots are not permitted in the auditorium..


We strongly advise allowing ample time to find a parking space and to be mindful that traffic can be extremely heavy in Letterkenny particularly on Thursday and Friday evenings and weekends.

Our car park is located to the rear of An Grianán Theatre and has room for approximately 70 cars. It is free of charge.

After 6pm there is no parking fee for using the main street.


The Regional Cultural Centre is dedicated to being accessible to all members of the community. We very much welcome bookings from people with disabilities, both from individuals and groups. Please let us know about your requirements at the time of booking.