A brand new intimate concert series is set to launch in the newly refurbished Vintage Room of the Workman’s Club, this December. Originally founded in a Berlin apartment by artist-led group VETA, Veta Sessions is a living room style show that aims to create a musical experience like no other. The night features three acts of different distinction, while encouraging conversation and collaboration between artists, creators, listeners and industry alike.
In September, VETA relocated to Dublin, keen to find a suitable Irish living room that could continue the tradition. However, Dublin’s tiny apartments posed a problem! With the help of The Workman’s Club, it was decided; they would just have to create their own living room right in the middle of the city. VETA are proud to collaborate with The Workman’s Club in launching the Veta Sessions on Irish soil. December 12th will be the first in the series, held in the newly refurbished Vintage Room, featuring a stunning line up of Ailbhe Reddy, Rachael Lavelle and Iain Andrew.
This is an extremely limited capacity show, with only 40 tickets being sold. Tickets are on sale Friday 15th at 9am on Eventbrite and operate as a ‘Pay What You Want (€5 minimum)’ initiative.
Veta Sessions was founded by artist-led group, VETA, who helped to develop such acts as HAVVK, Sive, Maria Kelly, DYVR and St. Bishop.