‘Little Ghetto Boys’ Reunite!
Time & Location
About The Event
Tickets here €12.00 + Service Charge
‘Little Ghetto Boys’ Reunite! In aid of Crumlin Medical Research Facility.
As part of the massive CMRF Christmas campaign, Dublin-band Little Ghetto Boys will be reuniting
for one night to raise funds for research into childhood illness. Joined on the night by a host of
special guests and well-known Irish musicians, this promises to be one of those electric nights
everyone will want to have been there for.
Little Ghetto Boys were named after a Donny Hathaway track and came from the same crop as
Republic of Loose, both bands traveling to New York to dominate the live scene at the time. With a
mix of funk, rock and hip-hop and gospel, the band were celebrated for their incredible live
performances, ending in what can best be described as Gospel-driven anarchy.
More about the line-up on the night in the coming weeks.
About Crumlin Medical Research Facility (CMRF)
When a child you love is sick, your top priority is finding the best care available. This is our priority
too. CMRF Crumlin together with donors and partners fund initiatives, research, equipment and
projects with three main aims:
Saving young lives by funding critical research and equipment
Supporting small victories everyday for children living with illness by improving their quality
Creating brighter days for sick children and their families by funding comforts through our
Giggle Fund and enhancing their environment