Indie-rock outfit the Riptide Movement will play at the next Culture Vultures showcase this summer.
Taking place on July 12th at the Sound Hosue in Dublin, the Riptide Movement are the latest musical act to perform as part of the Culture Vulture series and will play a rare unplugged set including songs from their latest album Ghosts.
The group will also take to the stage for a public interview with Culture Vultures host and Irish Times writer Tony Clayon-Lea.
Culture Vultures is a ‘salon’-themed pop culture event, co-curated (at venues) by promoter/event organizer Andrea Keogh, and co-curated/hosted/presented (at festivals/venues) by Irish Times writer Tony Clayton-Lea. It consists, essentially, of words and music.
Tickets to Culture Vultures on July 12th are priced at €15, go on sale on Thursday, 18th May from www.dice.fm. Doors 7.30pm.