Aidlink For Turkana, now in its third year, brings together choirs and singer-songwriters to perform their songs in a completely new way.
Join Aidlink on Saturday 2nd November as we move to the even bigger venue of the National Stadium to present an event that will fill the room with glorious song, raising voices, funds and hope for some of the most isolated and marginalised people in Africa- the Turkana in northern Kenya.
Singers performing on the night include Ailbhe Reddy, Blaithin Kearney, Cry Monster Cry, Davy Lyons, Dermot Lambert (Blink), Eleanor McEvoy, Inni-K, Muireann, The Pale, Ruth Mac, The Silken Same, Stockton’s Wing and Ultan Conlon.
They’ll be singing with the following choirs:
Bank Of Ireland Bank Notes , Blackrock College Libermann Choir, Central Bank Notes, Eirgrid- Transmission Amps, EY Choir, Loreto Beaufort, Loreto Dalkey Past Pupils Parents Choir, Mezzo Choir, Primark, SOLAS, Songs in the Key of D, St. Joseph’s, St Mary’s College Singers, The Daydreamers Kids Choir and the Wicklow Community Choir.
All of the choirs and singers will join in together for a finale version of Mic Christopher’s song ‘Heyday’.
Aidlink is an Irish charity working to empower, educate and enable individuals, families and communities in Kenya, Uganda and Ghana to become the leaders of their own development. Targeting some of the most isolated and marginalised people in Kenya and Uganda, Aidlink is working to improve access to basic needs and build the capacity of communities and local NGOs. By focusing on education, WASH (Water, Sanitation and Hygiene) and agriculture Aidlink works to ensure a sustainable and prosperous future is created for all the people we work with. Working through local partnerships, Aidlink also builds capacity amongst organisations in Kenya and Uganda to allow them to become instigators of change.