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Limerick Youth Service Summer Music Workshops kick off this July 4

Pictured are the local duo Distant Youth, who started out playing their music with Limerick Youth Service at the Limerick Youth Service Summer Music Workshops

Limerick Youth Service Summer Music Workshops kick off this July 4

Limerick Youth Service and Music Generation are teaming up to offer an exciting opportunity for young people from 12 to 17 years of age across Limerick this July to take part at the Limerick Youth Service Summer Music Workshops.

Starting on Tuesday, July 4th at Limerick Youth Service, the three-day workshop will introduce young people to all aspects of the music industry including songwriting and playing instruments.

Teenagers will design their own album cover, have their song recorded and take part in innovative youth work programmes that will focus on self-confidence, team-building, and leadership skills.

The tour dates have been confirmed for Limerick Youth Service at the Lava Javas Youth Café, 5 Lwr, Glentworth St, Limerick  from July 4 to July 6, Rathkeale Youth Space from July 11 to 13, Northside Youth Space, Ballynanty from July 18 to July  20 and The Factory Southside Youth Space, Galvone, Limerick from July 25 to July 2.

This exciting programme, the Limerick Youth Service Summer Music Workshops , costs €25 for the 3 days and takes place from 11 am until 3 pm. For more information on the above workshops or to reserve a space please contact at Limerick Youth Service at 061-412444 or [email protected]

A member of Youth Work Ireland, Limerick Youth Service remains committed to supporting and encouraging young people to be active participants in shaping their futures.

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