JOIN US ON THE 29TH JUNE TO CELEBRATE THE LAUNCH OF ‘THE POSITIVE TOUCH’ AT THE WORKMANS CLUB, DUBLIN.
🌟The Positive Touch Album Launch
Performing on the night::
✨Plus very special guests✨
With support from
Keith Plunkett, Davie Furey, EllyD, Katie Gallagher and Sina Theil
Workman’s Club Dublin – Thursday 29th June
Grab your tickets quick!
€20 from www.downdaroad.com
*Complimentary album with ticket on the night*
Following on from the success of our 2015 charity album (A Song for Jack & Jill), Downdaroad Productions are proud to be collaborating with an extremely worthwhile charity in 2017 to produce a compilation album to raise much needed funds. This year we are joining forces with TOUCH Ireland to produce a compilation album of the highest quality Irish artists, both established and emerging.
The Positive Touch is a compilation album that features some of the best Irish artists, bands, singer/songwriters ranging from those who have been at the forefront of the Irirsh music scene for many years to those who are just beginning to carve out their careers.
Featuring some legendary names like Paddy Casey Music, Mundy, The 4 of Us, The Blades, The Devlins (Official), Gavin Glass,
and some who are just starting to make waves on this island like the brilliant Cry Monster Cry, The Mariannes, Keith Plunkett and more!
Please join us for the launch of The Positive Touch in The Workmans Club on Thursday 29th June 2017. We will enjoy a night of incredible live music featuring some very special performances from album participants.
All proceeds from the event and album sales will go directly to Touch Ireland, an incredible charity who gives 100% of all funds raised directly to the communities that need it, all volunteers are self funded, including their travel to these places. Please read more about the work they do below or on their website. ?
Tickets €20, available soon on www.downdaroad.com or from the venue.
Touch Ireland is a charity whose unique selling point is that none of the volunteers take any sort of salary or even expenses for the work they do, including frequent air travel to the countries where they provide aid. All volunteers are self-funded.
TOUCH is a charity that aims to help vulnerable children in Zambia, Sri Lanka, Cameroon, India, Nepal, Brazil and Bangladesh. The main aim is to keep people alive, instil hope and provide education for the future so that people in these communities can learn to support one another. Touch Ireland does this through the provision of physical and learning disability centres, nutrition and food education projects, hospitals and clinics, child sponsorship and poverty relief. Please see the information attached for more information or visit their website www.touchireland.net.Touch Ireland gives 100% of all money raised to providing this support for these communities, they try to support their running costs and their office through company sponsorship. This allows for all financial donations made by the public to go directly to their projects.