Monday, July 18, 2022

 

LAST weekend saw a massive relaunch of The Baldy Man as a live music venue with state of the art sound and vision and the brilliant Abbaesque keeping the dance floor busy all night. Speaking to the Waterford News & Star this week, Neill Kelly of The Causeway Group and The Baldy Man said that there are some “massive nights” planned for the ‘Baldy’.

“Abbaesque have always been one of the most requested tribute acts in Ireland so it made sense to start with them, especially with the new Abba Hologram Show doing so well in London at the moment,” Neill said. “Coming up we have great local bands such as No Hot Ashes on July 16 and a brilliant 80s cover night on July 23. That’s just the tip of the iceberg though. We have some really big acts coming to Tramore over the next few months and we can’t wait to showcase them, and the new venue.”

Bands lined up for the coming months include a host of national bands and some local favourites such as Mad Ferrit, who fill venues everywhere they go

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