Ireland’s rising stars, Wild Youth, have had a busy few months playing to sold-out crowds at Cork Park in Dublin when supporting Westlife. They also headlined Stage 2 at the Longitude Festival and are simply on top of their game and in huge demand.
They are creating headlines everywhere they play and will do so again when they officially open this month’s ISPS Handa World Invitational Men | Women, presented by Modest! Golf at Galgorm Spa & Golf Resort.
Wild Youth’s EP ‘The Last Goodbye’ debuted at number five in the Irish Albums Charts before the Dublin rock-pop stars went on to sell-out their first headline show at the Olympia Theatre in their home city.
“I cannot tell you how excited I am to see these guys making their mark in the music industry,” enthused Modest!’s Niall Horan, who will be there when Wild Youth take to the Galgorm Live stage on Tuesday 13th August (from 6.30pm).
“These guys are making all the right noises and it’s no surprise they are playing to sold-out crowds everywhere they go. This is a great opportunity for people in Northern Ireland to see the lads live when they play in the stunning surroundings of Galgorm.”
Tickets are restricted to 2,000 and currently on sale for just £12 per person online at worldinvitational.golf
Wild Youth also supported The Script in London’s iconic Albert Hall and performed to a packed audience in London’s OMEARA, run by Mumford & Sons member Ben Lovett, who they also shared the stage with at Malahide Castle plus Clean Bandit and Jax Jones at Sea Sessions.
The gig is part of the new Galgorm Live initiative sponsored by American Golf where a number of leading acts are lined up to complement the world class men and women’s golf. On Saturday 17thAugust Duke Special will headline at Galgorm Live with the Whistlin’ Donkeys live on Sunday 18thAugust.
Duke Special will be supported by Aidan Logan and Illegal Smile with Holly Nadine and HMDs supporting the Whistlin’ Donkeys.