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Simultaneous Vinyl Love for Repeal Events in 7 Cities of Ireland & UK including Limerick

Limerick’s Vinyl Love for Repeal event will take place in Ormston House and will be hosted by Olivia Chau from Noon – 5 pm on Sunday, April 22.

Simultaneous Vinyl Love for Repeal Events in 7 Cities of Ireland & UK including Limerick

Vinyl Love is back! Vinyl Love returns to Limerick again this year, hosting a full day of DJs and vinyl lovers playing their favourite records simultaneously. This event takes place across Ireland and the UK in multiple locations on Sunday, April 22.

These events are put on to raise funds for the Together for Yes campaign and with the vote in the abortion referendum coming on May 25th, the campaign needs it now more than ever.  Vinyl Love events raised over €4000 last year and we hope to at least match that this year, if not beat it!

Article 40.3.3, known as the Eighth Amendment, was voted into the Irish Constitution by referendum in 1983. The amendment states: ‘The state acknowledges the right to life of the unborn and, with due regard to the equal right to life of the mother, guarantees in its laws to respect, and as far as practicable, by its laws to defend and vindicate that right.’  The Repeal the 8th campaign works to protect the rights of the mother, and recent movements such as The Vinyl Love Collective for Repeal have been brought to life due to this.

Donation of €10 suggested on the door with all funds raised going to the Together For Yes campaign.

#vinyllove4repeal Locations

  1. CORK: The Roundy
  2. DUBLIN: Lucky’s, Meath Street
  3. GALWAY: Electric Garden & Theatre
  4. LIMERICK: Ormston House
  5. LONDON: Lion Coffee + Records
  6. SLIGO: Tricky’s Mc Garrigles
  7. WATERFORD: Shortts Bar

Limerick’s Vinyl Love for Repeal event will take place in Ormston House and will be hosted by Olivia Chau from Noon – 5 pm on Sunday, April 22. All vinyl sets from Olivia Chau (DIE, DKTB), Andrew O’Donoghue (Backwards), John Real (Bad Reputation Ireland), Did O’Dea (Backwards), Brendan Miller (Zombie Picnic), Ali Daly (DIE), Niall Colgan (Vinyl Collector) and Michelle Walsh (Backwards).

Everyone is welcome to attend these events for a whole day of DJs, selectors and music lovers each playing 30 minutes of their favourite vinyl records from noon in a city near you!


If you would like to donate in advance, or can’t make it along to the event but still wish to donate, please click here.  

Click here for event page, location and DJ updates as they happen. 

To read stories about other campaigns in and around Limerick, click here.

Richard is a presenter, producer, songwriter and actor. He was named the Limerick Person of the Year (2011) and won an online award at the Metro Éireann Media and Multicultural Awards (2011) for promoting multi-culturalism online. Richard says that the concept is very much a community driven project that aims to document life in Limerick. So, that in 20 years time people can look back and remember the events that were making the headlines.