Mother are delighted to announce the incredible support line up to the Pride Opening Party headliners Years & Years. Londoners Cat Burns and Queer House Party are joined by Irish pop siren Bobbi Arlo and the Mother DJs for the Friday of all Fridays! The Mother Pride Opening Party takes place at the National Museum of Ireland, Collins Barracks on Friday 24th June 2022. Tickets are on sale now here
Cat Burns: Cat Burns is a 21-year-old singer and songwriter from Streatham. The former BRIT school student went from busking on the Southbank to mastering TikTok in lockdown, singing a mix of her favourite covers and original music. Drawing upon gospel influences, pop inspirations and a love of guitar and indie-led music, Cat proudly cites Ed Sheeran, India Arie and Tori Kelly as a few of her biggest inspirations. Queer House Party: Queer House Party are an award-winning LGBTIQ+ DJ collective and club night from London. From lockdown live streams in their kitchen to the packed-out clubs, in less than two years Queer House Party has taken the London scene by storm and given it a much-needed injection of queer joy and anarchist energy. Now with six huge sold-out shows under their belt, Queer House Party keeps their politics and activism central to their events, creating a space that is not only accessible for the whole LGBTIQ+ community but puts issues they care about to the front. In addition, they use their collective to draw attention to injustice, throwing events in solidarity with groups such as Sisters Uncut, Black Lives Matter, Calais Appeal, and United Strippers of the World. Bobbi Arlo: A ferocious talent with the sassy attitude to match, Arlo has come from nowhere to establish herself as one of Ireland’s most exciting in demand new acts. With each release and with every live show, Arlo consistently raises the bar and leaves her fans yearning for more. Fast becoming known for her knack for crafting pop anthems, the future is red hot for this alt pop siren.
For more information on the event, visit motherclub.ie
Slán go fóill,