Tag Archives Therapy?


Win!: Two pairs of weekend tickets for Stone Free Festival in June!


Festival season is approaching us, and the kind folk at Wilful Publicity have given us two pairs of weekend admission tickets to Stone Free Festival at London’s o2 in June for two lucky winners.

In the event that you might have been living under a rock for the last few months, here’s the breakdown of the event so far:

Saturday, June 18th:
Alice Cooper
The Darkness
Apocalyptica
Blackberry Smoke
Therapy?
The Virginmarys
Michael Monroe
The Lounge Kittens
Jackaman
Jared James Nichols

Sunday, June 19th :
Rick Wakeman
Marillion
Steve Hackett
Pink Floyd’s Wish You Were Here Symphonic Live
Haken
Messenger
Cats In Space
Knifeworld
Xander & The Peace Pirates.

Along with a vinyl fair, rare film screenings, craft beers, meet and greets and a host of other festivities over the course of the weekend

Stop, Stop! We get it already! What do we have to do for the tickets, then?

That part is easy! Simply toddle on over to our Facebook page, give it a like, and then find our Stone Free festival competition post and like and share it. That’s it! We will then contact the lucky winners on May 31st. For more information about the festival, please check out stonefreefestival.com

Good luck!

The fine print: For events taking place at The O2:
(a) children under 15 must be accompanied by an adult aged 18 or over; and
(b) children under 16 cannot enter the standing area and may only enter the event with seated tickets. We will not be liable to refund any standing tickets which have been purchased for use by children under 16 in relation to such events

Interview: A Therapy? session with Michael McKeegan.


When one talks about the music scene in Northern Ireland, there really hasn’t been one band or artist more dominant throughout the 90s, 00’s, and now in 2016 and still showing no signs of slowing down, then one can only be talking about Antrim’s own, Therapy? ‘Tides’, the third single from the bands 14th studio album ‘Disquiet’ is due for physical release in April. Bassist and resident Evil Priest, Michael McKeegan took some time out to chat to Shaun Neary before the band headed back out on the road. Continue Reading