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Music Events  |  Solstice Arts Centre, Navan, Co. Meath

The Bon Jovi Story

From: 26th October 2019
To: 26th October 2019
The Bon Jovi Story details the band’s history from their breakthrough album Slippery When Wet up to their present day inclusion into the Rock N Roll Hall of Fame. The story is told through live performances of their most poignant and iconic songs, coupled with a series of video montages, and costume/ set changes which replicate the band’s best loved concerts.

Declan O'Rourke

From: 2nd November 2019
To: 2nd November 2019
Nominated for best singer, and winner of the first ever award for Best Original Song at the inaugural RTE Folk Awards 2018 for his latest work, and fresh from re-releasing his classic debut ‘Since Kyabram’ late last year, O’Rourke is not standing still and continues to forge his unique brand of original songs, drawing on influences both rich and diverse. This artist delivers stories and music with epic performances that keep his audiences coming back year after year for more.

This Is How We Fly with special guest Iarla Ó Lionáird

From: 16th November 2019
To: 16th November 2019
In the third full concert of their special residency at Solstice, contemporary folk band This Is How We Fly present a magical night of kinship and music making in which new music will unfold and new collaborations revealed. On this night, we will get to hear Petter’s new fumed oak wood drums designed by local furniture maker John Lee, commissioned by Solstice Arts Centre. We also welcome Iarla Ó Lionáird, (The Gloaming) whose voice, Time Out, New York described will astound you. It soars - and it's as profound, simple and beautiful as wild horses…

ABBA Forever

From: 22nd November 2019
To: 23rd November 2019
Expect dazzling performances of ABBA's most iconic hits, including Waterloo, Dancing Queen, Mamma Mia, S.O.S, Money, Money Money, The Winner Takes All, Gimme Gimme, Gimme and many many more!

Eimear Quinn

From: 1st December 2019
To: 1st December 2019
Following consistent sell-out shows year after year, Solstice favourite Eimear Quinn is back for her annual Winter concert. Featuring the Mamisa String Quartet and Robbie Overson on guitar, the concert will include seasonal favourites and new material from Eimear's latest release. Uplifting and spiritual, this music is a balm for the soul to keep you calm though the Christmas season.

The Lost Brothers

From: 13th December 2019
To: 14th December 2019
The Lost Brothers' annual Winter homecoming concerts at Solstice have become a highlight of the musical calendar. With a new album forthcoming and very special guests always a feature, these festive shows are not to be missed. Early booking is advised as these events sell out each year.

Jack Lukeman

From: 25th January 2020
To: 25th January 2020
​The UK based Kildare man and musical legend, Jack Lukeman, returns to Solstice for a very special show. Jack Lukeman is a singer-songwriter, performer, raconteur and a whole lot more besides. He is a platinum-selling, a critically acclaimed artist who continues to win a worldwide fan base with his unique multi-octave voice.

Mary Black

From: 13th March 2020
To: 13th March 2020
Mary Black, one of Ireland’s favourite artists, is regarded as one of the most important Irish vocalists of her generation, with multi-platinum selling albums and a string of achievement awards to her name.

Now That's What I Call Country Music – The Roadshow

From: 3rd April 2020
To: 3rd April 2020
Featuring 20 songs from the hit compilation album 'Now That’s What I Call Country Music' and featuring the six-piece virtuoso country band The Lonesome Wheelers.

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