7pm – 11pm, August 10, North Down Museum
A wonderful night of music held in the stunning Bangor Castle Museum showcasing a wide range of local talent.
Mic’d at the museum is Bangor’s newest and most vibrant youth music festival!
Taking place on the 10th August this event is the first of its kind as it is the first gig to be held in the local Bangor Museum where you can experience the rich history of this building in a different light.
There will be a range of performances from a unique mix of different musical genres to shine a light on the talent that young people in Northern Ireland have to offer. There will be performances from: MOLTO VIVO, an alternative rock group, VALIUM who fuse funk and blues, NEON APATHY a metal/rock and acoustic performamces from solo singer songwriters, CARA BETH, MAX SLOAN, PÁDRAIG MANNING and LITTLE KINGS.
If you enjoy the music on the night you will have the chance to buy some of the performers’ merchandise to take home. Or, if you prefer more hands on experience, we will also have some VR headsets for you to try out and even calligraphy crafts to take part in lead by JOYFULDESIGNS.