May 16th, 2014
Irish Motor Neuron Disease Association
AND SPECIAL GUESTS
Whelans, Wednesday July 2nd
**Tickets €40.00 on sale Friday 16th May
IMNDA proudly presents KODALINE and special guests live for one exclusive & intimate concert in Whelans, Wexford Street, Wednesday July 2nd. Tickets priced €40.00 go on sale tomorrow morning from www.ticketmaster.ie and Ticketmaster outlets nationwide, all proceeds from this special event will go to the IMNDA.
Kodaline fans lucky enough to purchase tickets to this concert will be treated to an exclusive preview of brand new music from their yet to be titled new album, which is slated for a release in 2015!
The band has decided to perform these exclusive tracks in this setting as a once off performance for the Motor Neuron Disease Association, through their close relationship with MND sufferer Jan Battles.
Speaking of the concert Jan said: “From the moment I heard Kodaline’s first song, All I Want, I was hooked on their music. They’re amazing live and I was so honoured when I asked them if they would consider doing a charity gig in aid of the Irish Motor Neurone Disease Association and they agreed without hesitation. They’re generous as well as hugely talented lads. I’m so excited we’ll be getting to hear exclusive new material from their much anticipated new album. It’s going to be a great gig”.
Tickets €40.00 are on sale at 09:00, Friday 16th May from Ticketmaster outlets and online at www.ticketmaster.ie.
Tickets limited to two per person. This is a strictly over 18s event
For further information please visit
www.kodaline.com imnda.ie www.ticketmaster.ie
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About Motor Neuron Disease and the Irish Motor Neurone Disease Association
Motor Neurone Disease (MND) is a progressive neurological condition that attacks the motor neurones, or nerves, in the brain and spinal cord. This means messages gradually stop reaching muscles, which leads to weakness and wasting. MND can affect how you walk, talk, eat, drink and breathe. However, not all symptoms necessarily happen to everyone and it is unlikely they will all develop at the same time, or in any specific order
The Irish Motor Neurone Disease Association (IMNDA) is the only organisation of its kind in this country. It was set up in May 1985 to provide care and support to people with Motor Neurone Disease, their carers, families and friends. There are currently over 310 people living with MND in Ireland.MND is often referred to as the 1,000 day disease as most people die within 1,000 days of being diagnosed.