Sometimes it’s hard to find the words, that why there’s music.
In collaboration with the Kerry branch of the Ireland-Palestine Solidarity Campaign we will be hosting a fundraising concert for the Palestine Children’s Relief Fund on Wednesday December 13th in St John’s Church of Ireland, Tralee.
For full details see Gig for Gaza
The Ireland-Palestine Solidarity Campaign is an independent, non-party political organisation, run by volunteers, all committed to a just and sustainable peace in the Middle East and providing a voice for Palestine in Ireland. Over 15,500 people have lost their lives in the current war on Gaza, approximately 70% of these are women and children. Over 40,000 people have been injured, many more have been displaced and traumatised. All profits from the event will go to the Palestine Children’s Relief Fund who are providing urgent humanitarian care to the children of Gaza.
In our proud little corner of Ireland we want to show our solidarity and bring the support of some of the many willing Irish based artists for Palestine to Tralee.
Performing on the night will be Dublin based singer songwriter and musician Aoife Nessa Frances and special guest, Tralee singer songwriter Teresa Galvin, Killarney based singer songwriter Amano and other artists to be announced in the days to come. We are also delighted to welcome Farrah Koutteineh, Palestinian activist and founder of Key48.
Tickets are €20 and €15 for concessions and are available online from https://bookwhen.com/ipsc or from Maria’s Wool Shop, Milk Market Lane, Tralee, V9
All proceeds from this event will go directly to the Palestine Children Relief Fund.