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2021 Music Line up announced

We are delighted to announce our music lineup for the third edition of Spilt Milk Festival. We will be returning, live and in person to various venues around Sligo this November. Like 2019, this year’s programme will also feature a visual strand of installations, film screenings and workshops which we will announce separately in the coming weeks.

Six live music events will take place across The Model SligoZero Gravity SkateparkHearts Desire and Yeats Society Sligo, Ireland over Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

See a breakdown of the line up and ticket info below. Tickets for most live gigs go on sale at noon on Friday, October 1st, from And some are free. Each concert is ticketed separately, check back here to book tomorrow!

As per current public health measure, capacity is limited to 40 for events taking place at The Model. Attendees will be required to show proof of immunity (EU Digital Vaccine Cert or Certificate of Recovery from COVID-19 within the previous 6 months). We hope these requirements can be dropped as per government guidelines forecast for after 22nd October.


Friday 19th November

All-ages / Alcohol-free show
Zero Gravity Skate Park
Rising Damp, Messyng
On sale after 22nd October
The Model
Syn, Ngoni Egan, Shammen Delly, School Tour, Warmer Climes
€15 + bf online advance tickets / €20 on the door subject to availability
Saturday 20th November

Hearts Desire
Worship My Panther 
The Yeats Building
Cathal Roche
The Model
Silverbacks, Cormorant Tree Oh, Patty & Selma + DJs
€15 +bf online advance tickets / €20 on the door subject to availability
Sunday 21st November

The Model
Branwen, Poor Creature
€10 +bf online advance tickets / €15 on the door subject to availability
We look forward to seeing you in November!

Poster by Anna Mar Draws.
Spilt Milk Festival wishes to acknowledge our funders for 2021; the Department of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media; Sligo Leader Partnership Company Ltd Rural Development Programme and SICAP Programme; IMRO Ireland; Sligo County Council; and Mayo, Sligo and Leitrim Education and Training Board.

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