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ALS 2020 | CANCELLATION STATEMENT

Dearest Friends & Lovers, 

So, here we are.

We have tried as hard as we could, to wait as long as we could to face this moment.

We have not done so out of blind optimism, but being small and somewhat nimble, we hoped that by giving ourselves as much time as we could possibly muster, we might just have been able to plot a clear path out of the current thicket of events, and into the wide clear glade of our dreams – Another Love Story 2020.

However, the recent clarification from the government stipulating a max capacity of 500 people for events in August, coupled with the ongoing uncertainties around the COVID-19 situation, mean that it is clear for us to see at this point in time that we have to face the disappointing, if somewhat unsurprising fact that we cannot go ahead with ALS 2020 as planned – and so the festival is cancelled for this year.

At this stage you are all beyond aware of the circumstances at play here, they hardly need repeating.

The overriding facts are that – coupled with ongoing restrictions and uncertainties around COVID-19 (which have huge implications for the practicality, viability and vibe of running an event like ALS) the very large and pressing reality for us is that we cannot proceed entirely safe in the knowledge that we could do so safely for our attendees, and equally as importantly for our crew, artists, and the community who live in Killyon Manor and in its wider surrounds.

We are, of course, hugely disappointed.

ALS is the cornerstone of our year – the bright beam of light around which the rest of the year’s shadow’s dance.

And doubly so as we had such a great edition planned for ALS 2020 -last year felt like a step up for us, it gave us such a huge boost of energy, and we were so looking forward to building further on that vibe.

We know this is a disappointing announcement for many of you also, we know so many of you were looking forward to that first post Lockdown party, and have held your plans in the hope that we would get to go ahead as planned.

We want to thank you for your unwavering support and patience over the last few months.

From our side, beyond this summer – ALS is a small independent business run by a small but hugely dedicated team who pour their hearts into the festival each year.

The scale of the festival is so important to the feeling of the ALS experience, but it also means that we have neither a large war-chest, nor large corporate backers – so cancelling the festival has some very real financial implications for the festival and the team.

ONWARDS

It has been a strange and troubling few months on so many levels, even beyond COVID -19 we recognise that there are issues at play far greater than the lack of festivals this summer.

So overall we have to say that the main feeling here is one of genuine thankful appreciation for all the amazing year’s we have spent together to this point.

Though we will desperately miss the electrifying bolt of love lightening that we get from hosting you all at The Manor, we have so many truly amazing memories to sustain us through the strange winter of this COVID summer and beyond – no matter how long that runs.

We are looking forward to returning to Killyon Manor next August 13th – 15th for ALS 2021.

Never before have our twin totems of ‘Together Is the Most Important Thing’ and ‘Love Wins Out’ been more needed, or so apt.

We hope everyone is doing ok out there, and we can’t wait to dance with you all again.

Soon, we hope.

Huge Love,

ALS x

(Info on carrying your ALS 2020 ticket over to next year’s event, refunds, and donations can be found here: anotherlovestory.ie/untilnextyear)

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Millie Egan

“My strategy for embracing this way of life without turning into a complete cave cretin is dressing up every day in ‘nice’ clothes instead of my usual workshirts and painty tracksuits” – Millie Egan

SONG #1

MELANESIAN CHOIRS

‘JISAS YU HOLEM HAND BLONG MI’

‘Jisas Yu Holem Hand Blong Mi’ hymn sung by a Melanesian choir. This is my favourite song. I listen to it most mornings the way some people get up and take vitamin and mineral supplements. I listen to it and it feels like golden sunshine washing over me. It’s my soul supplement.

 

SONG #2

JOHN CALE

‘PARIS 1919’

This song sounds like a crisp winter morning when you’re drinking coffee from your favourite cup and the air by the windows is cold (shout out to single glazing) and the light outside is still pale and milky and full of promise. It’s also got some very rousing strings and uplifting chord progressions that make me feel ready for a revolution. My quarantine outfit of a big vintage man’s overcoat also adds to this feeling. I mostly join in for “you’re a ghost la lala lala lala lala” bits.

SONG #3

KING KHAN AND THE SHRINES

‘PRAY FOR LIL’

I love King Khan and this just happens to be the song of his I listen to the most, followed closely by Born To Die, but I thought the name of that one might be a bummer in the plague times. I start listening to these kind of tunes in the afternoon to shake off any midday malaise that may have crept up. This is usually the catalyst for the dancing to begin.

 

SONG #4

FUNNEL OF LOVE

‘THE DETROIT COBRAS’

I love Wanda Jackson’s voice on the original but I prefer the rougher guitar on this cover. This marks the continuation of my bedroom quarantine dance party. Twist those shoulders, wiggle those hips.

 

SONG #5

JUN MIYAKE

‘LILLIES OF THE VALLEY’

I first heard this piece in ‘Pina’, the Pina Bausch documentary, and I became obsessed with it. It suits my late night pottering style- rustling around like a possum, perhaps painting and drinking wine, often looking for mischief. I’ve listened to it at least once a day in quarantine. I find it inspires dance moves like in that old Guinness ad with ‘Guaglione’ by Pérez Prado.

Jay Skelly

“We can do this! Exercise when you can, eat well, check in with yourself and if you are alone and feel down, reach out. There’s people who love you, don’t forget that!” – Jay Skelly

SONG #1

NEW ORDER

TRUE FAITH ’94

I love this track…I grew up in the days when MTV was actually Music Television and this reminds me so much of my childhood with my bro and sis playing it out in the living room! The good ol days!

SONG #2

FLEETWOOD MAC

‘THE CHAIN’

The Chain – Nothing else to say…

SONG #3

THE CHEMICAL BROTHERS

‘THE TEST’

Another reminder of my teenage years and I’ve never had a piece of music give me a rush and make the hairs stand on the back of my neck as much as this, it’s just beautiful to me and something to get your dance on to! Its so uplifting, almost shamanic and just lovely!

SONG #4

PRINCE

‘CONTROVERSY’

This track is timeless! Today it’s still got the spotlight in the things we talk about and in the things we are fighting to make better! I played this a few years back in a b2b2b with ALS loveens, Emmett and Neil and its something ill always remember, amazing times.

SONG #5

FLOWERS AND SEA CREATURES

‘THE SITTING ROOM – MANO LE TOUGH REMIX’

My final selection is a remix from Mano Le Tough that never leaves my DJ crate as its one of the first tracks I heard when I moved to Berlin 5 years ago, its special to me. It’s a lovely little groover that has a certain calmness to it but the that BIG MOOG BASS just gets inside your very soul. Powerful stuff!

Neil Flynn

“I’ve been making lots of music – that’s therapy in itself, getting out for runs and generally staying fit, eating good food and drinking wine helps.

Also taking responsibility for my own actions gives a sense of control in this situation and of course is helping in the bigger picture which is what’s needed. Stay safe folks” – Neil Flynn

SONG #1

DJ HEALER

I’M ALRIGHT’

Listen Loud – If there’s ever any time you should take my advice, this is it – I’ve listened to this track on repeat since we found ourselves in the current new world. Everything Will Be Alright!!!

SONG #2

DUKE ELLINGTON & JOHN COLTRANE

‘IN A SENTIMENTAL MOOD’

I’ve been cooking a lot & with that drinking some red wine – You couldn’t choose two better greats to accompany that floaty evening vibe.

SONG #3

KAREN DALTON

‘ARE YOU LEAVING FOR THE COUNTRY?’

I discovered Karen Dalton many years ago in Berlin and I felt like it was a voice I had been missing in my life up to that point, An unsung hero I think, she never quite got the platform she deserved until she was gone. She was also half Cherokee/ Irish, There’s magic in that. Powerful stuff.

SONG #4

FONTAINES D.C.

‘BOYS IN THE BETTER LAND’

After moving back to Ireland after 10 years away and my first time to Dublin. The Fontaines DC are a band I can feel in the air as I buzz around. I also would aspire to have some amount of punk in me.

SONG #5

KATIE KIM

‘THE FEAST’

I think Katie’s music is extremely special and her attitude too, Humble & Powerful. I’ve had the pleasure to collaborate with her on some of my singles which has been an honor for me.

Tom Ryan

“There’s no blueprint for adapting to this situation. Best thing I can say is to try to take time to relax, breathe, and appreciate the things all around us. This time will come to pass and the seeds of a better tomorrow are already being sown.” – Thomas Ryan

SONG #1

SUEÑO LATINO

SUEÑO LATINO (PARADISE VERSION)’

Probably one of the definitive Balearic house anthems and really a defining track of the early rave scene. Brings up memories of dancing on warm summer nights, being totally lost in music and early mornings with the sunrise.

Produced by Andrea Gemolotto, one of the pioneers of the Italo House scene in 1989, it’s based on a loop from Manuel Göttsching’s masterpiece E2-E4 from1984 with a Spanish female vocal over the top. Pure bliss.

SONG #2

MASTERS OF THE UNIVERSE

‘SPACE TALK (HYPER SPACED MIX)’

Produced by Joey Negro in 1990 it’s a mixture of Italian piano-house, deep, dubby US house, and Detroit-esque strings. There’s also a great use of a little Loleatta Holloway vocal sample and some nice little techy touches, not to mention the great bit of uplifting piano at the end.

A really well produced tune especially for its time and it still sounds super fresh today. You could call this a house tune, a garage tune, whatever you want. Back in its day this was a rave tune. And a proper beaut at that.

SONG #3

RICHIE RICH

‘SALSA HOUSE’

This early Ibiza anthem rocked the open-air clubs of the late 80’s, and brings a huge smile every time I hear it. In 88 and 89, pirate station Centreforce FM in London was the radio station I listened to a lot and they played this one non-stop.

One of the main defining tracks of the UK Summer Of Love, it always transports me to another time and place every time I hear it.

SONG #4

DEBBIE MALONE

‘RESCUE ME’

Rescue Me was played at all the early UK Raves like Energy, Sunrise, Weekend World and clubs I raved at like Labrynth and Dungeons in east London. The groove on this one is so good it’s like you can channel all that original energy and positivity.

The Richie Rich dub was the sound of summer, wafting across country fields and banging out from indoor clubs and sound systems everywhere

SONG #5

JOE SMOOTH

‘PROMISED LAND’

Written and arranged by Joe Smooth with vocals from Anthony Thomas, Promised Land is an all-time vocal house classic from 1987, and a huge end of the night tune in many a club back in the day. Lights on hands in the air vibes.

This is on constant repeat play for me these days. Uplifting and with all the feels, we’ll make it to the promised land!

Another Mix Series 003

Round three of our series of mixes recorded live from the hallowed walls of The Shift Shack comes to you from Nialler9.

Nialler cut loose during the small hours of Saturday at ALS ’19 with a selection of tunes that kept the shack nice and cosy – as it should be.

Niall Byrne (a.k.a Nialler9) is the writer at the helm of the most-read Irish music site Nialler9.com, where he writes about new music. He lives in Dublin, Ireland.
He can also frequently be found DJing around Dublin city including Lumo, a monthly club night or hosting Nialler9-curated music events.
His DJ sets feature melodic electronic music with a penchant for current anthems and a curve-ball classic.

Another Love Story is consistently my favourite of the summer festivals.
In these isolating times, it’s those kinds of experiences I’m yearning for – DJing, dancing, chatting and hanging with pals til the early morning. The Shift Shack’s tiny setup means that you can play anything you want as there’s always a squeeze of people going for it.
This hour started with me not knowing where I was going with the tunes and ending up on a big bicep-flexing ’80s Italo / fun buzz before going on some big piano house / Jon Hopkins buzz and then into the euphoric That’s The Way Love Is by Ten City.
Love. Love. Love.”

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MARGIE JEAN LEWIS

“This is a time to grieve, to sing, to meet your neighbours, to offer help, to connect, to share, to expand, to evolve, to observe nature, a time to escape to imaginary worlds and bring some joy from there back into this one.” – Margie Jean Lewis

SONG #1

AOKI TAKAMASA + TUJIKO NORIKO

‘FLY VARIATION’

Feeling like digging here because in this time of crisis, I’m feeling like being cocooned with music that is as familiar as my teenage obsessions. So I’ve gone for 5 early influential tracks on me as a musician. As in, 5 tracks I’ve listened to mannnnnny times and that I still return to for the magic they possess.

I listened to Tujiko Nuriko obsessively the year I finished high school and Fly Variation has repeated on me ever since. I think at the time I felt the song understood me more than i could understand myself, despite the fact it was all in Japanese.

SONG #2

MEI SARASWATI

‘ETHER IMAGININGS’

A song I found on Soundcloud by mistake and thence became my bedroom dancing theme music for about a year. This was me at 27. I like Mei Saraswati’s vibe, she obviously had a lot of other things going on, so much so that she never released anything. Think I connected with her on that alone… 😉

SONG #3

EMPRESS OF

‘TRISTEZA’

Just a perfectly gorgeous track. It moved me then and it moves me now. I think soothing Portuguese is all we need.

 

SONG #4

HOLLY HERNDON

‘CHORUS’

A genius in full flow. Also one of my most listened tracks of 2014….

 

SONG #5

KARA-LIS COVERDALE

‘GRAFTS’

I don’t think I’ve listened to any 22 minute track as many times as I have this one. For me, this is a happy sunny Summer lounge room in Dublin, listening with the windows open, sitting in the windowsill for a long time watching birds flying around the Rathmines dome and looking real close up as the sun shone through miniature explosions on the surface of my sparkling water. Do yourself a favour and and take some mushrooms before listening.

 

Margie and Sharon’s Floral instalation at ALS19

Photos : Steve Battle

STEVE MANNING

Steve Manning runs Hidden Agenda and Dublin’s own Big Romance – one of our favourite haunts in the city. Steve has blessed us with his eclectic mix of dance music selections Love Stories passed.

Over the last decade, Hidden Agenda have cemented themselves as one Ireland’s most dynamic event brands. HA helped found Metropolis Festival and have hosted artists such as Run The Jewels, Nicolas Jaar, Mos Def, Flight Facilities, Todd Terje, Jay Electronica, Kelis, DJ Koze, David August and many more.

SONG #1

WILLIAM ONYEABOR

ATOMIC BOMB

A firm favourite in the Big Romance and has closed out many a late night parties. It’s taken from the “Who is William Onyeabor?” compilation album released by Luaka Bop, which is a record label set up by David Byrne. The whole compilation is ace.

SONG #2

ARTHUR RUSSELL

WONDER BOY

Earlier this year, my girlfriend and I hosted an Arthur Russell night with Peter Broderick in the Big Romance celebrating the album ‘Iowa Dream’ and I love this track from that album.

SONG #3

NICK DRAKE

RIVERMAN

Nick Drake was reluctant to perform live or be interviewed and this meant he never achieved commercial success (he died aged 26). The 1998 documentary A Stranger Among Us is worth a watch .

SONG #4

SEAL

KISS FROM A ROSE

This song is a constant earworm and hopefully it is now stuck in your head.

SONG #5

CYBER PEOPLE

VOID VISION

An uplifting Italo banger that I played at ALS last year. One for the disco fingers and a staple in most of my DJ sets.

ÉNA BRENNAN

“Simple things like cooking, cleaning and the daily Irish Times crossword have kept me going and I check in with my family every few days to see how they are all getting on! ” – Éna Brennan

SONG #1

MASSIVE ATTACK

‘THE SPOILS FT. HOPE SANDOVAL”

I love the slow pace and swell in the strings in this track (arranged by film/theatre composer Dan Jone). The last two minutes are a bath for the ears.

SONG #2

SUFJAN STEVENS

‘THE PALM SUNDAY TORNADO HITS CRYSTAL LAKE’

This is probably my favourite song in the world under 2min. I wish I’d written that chord sequence.

SONG #3

ALDOUS HARDING

‘THE BARREL’

Aldous is wonderfully weird. Her spoken BV in the final choruses of this track give me a lot of joy.

SONG #4

ENYA

‘CARIBBEAN BLUE’

Enya is a goddam national treasure. Hard to even choose which song to pick. Go listen to them all, at once.

SONG #5

ABBA

‘MAMMA MIA’

Closing with a banger for all those who have, like me, found themselves going slightly insane singing and dancing to Classic FM whilst cooking/cleaning.

GERRY DALTON

“Following my bliss led me to the Another Love Story tribe – so to all my brothers and sisters of the tribe, I send love and light.” – Gerry Dalton, ALS Lighting Guru

SONG #1

HOSH & 1979 FEAT. JALJA

‘MIDNIGHT’

This is my Covid19 Anthem Track!

SONG #2

SPACE MOTION

‘RIGHT ON’

Brilliant remix of an old skool house classic originally by Silicon Soul. Invokes memories of clubbing at the start of the millennium.

SONG #3

MARK TARMONEA

‘THE TRIBE’

I love the deep analogue Techno sounds and the haunting vocals with a very shamanic message to consider in these times of uncertainty.

SONG #4

DER DRITTE RAUM

‘HALE BOPP (BORIS BREJCHA REMIX)’

A recent excellent remix by Boris Brejcha of a very old classic German techno track from ’98 which was originally released to celebrate the appearance of Comet Hale-Bopp in our skies. I vaguely remember dancing to the original in a forest somewhere in Wicklow.

SONG #5

N’TO

‘TRAUMA (WORAKLS REMIX)’

A truly epic melodic track, this 10 minute masterpiece from 2 of Hungry Music’s best producers brings you on a healing trance journey through the deep melodies of this track. As a Shamanic practitioner I often use trance dance as a meditative healing experience.

ALS 2020 Update pt 2

A Message From Lockdown Land II :
Hi again friends – firstly, thanks so much for all the support and positivity over the past few days – it really means so much to us.
We really can feel how much you all want this to go ahead, it’s so heartening, we really hope it does too.
However, these continue to be unprecedented times, and we are reacting to this day to day, as you all are too.
Despite the ray of optimism from the recent announcement, we do want to underline the note of caution from our message on Wednesday – things are still pretty uncertain here.
Tickets Paused
With that in mind, we have decided to pause remaining ticket sales to #ALS2020 until we know a little more.
All remaining tickets will be made available firstly to those who have been with us before.
This isn’t an exact science – but possibly being the only party in town shoots you up the charts it seems – so it’s the fairest way we can think of looking after those who have supported us along the years first and foremost, SHOULD we get to proceed.
ALS is a small vibe – space is always limited regardless of the situation – so we ask for your understanding in this.
Our refund policy as outlined still stands for all ticket holders of course.
We also want to be careful not to encourage people too far into the idea that we are in a position to take such liberties for granted just yet.
On that front – we also want to do our part in underlining the importance of sticking to the restrictions in place at the moment – our actions now, will in many ways lay the ground work for what is possible in the future.
Thanks again for all support and positive vibes, we’re sending them back your way good souls!
More news as we have it,
Huge Love &
Stay safe out there,
ALS x

ALS 2020 Update

A check in from Lockdown Land :⁠

We are greeting yesterday’s announcement by the government on events with cautious optimism for all things Another Love Story | 2020. ⁠

We have long said small is beautiful, and maybe, just maybe, our dedication to creating a festival experience at a more personal scale might just pay off in this instance. ⁠

So, since ALS falls within the 5,000 capacity threshold set by the government, as it stands, we are hopeful of proceeding with #ALS2020 from Aug 14-16th as planned .⁠

However, it would be remiss of us to take this as a certainty, and not to keep a weather eye on events as they continue to unfold.

We know we are all not out of the woods yet by any means, and the safety and well being of the ALS community at large is always first and foremost in our minds.

Should events worsen, or restrictions change again – as is still possible – and should we have to cancel, we want to make clear that in that event ticket holders will be given the option to :⁠

1. A full refund⁠
2. Roll ticket over to ALS2021⁠
3. Donate to the festival ⁠

On that note, we want to wish our friends and colleagues in the festivals which have been forced to cancel their programme’s our commiserations and support.

We have been sitting on our first line up announcement for the past few weeks, so news on that, and more, in the coming days.⁠

But, for now, we press on, carefully watching where our feet thread.

Stay safe and well out there.⁠

Love Wins Out x

Another Mix Series 002 – Lil’ Dave

Round two of our series of mixes recorded live from the hallowed walls of The Shift Shack at ALS19 comes to you from Ireland’s favourite Berlin based Maeve messer – Lil’ Dave.

Dave Redmond (AKA Lil’ Dave) has been one of the defining characters on the Irish dance music landscape for many years now. His energy and enthusiasm as  a DJ, promoter, and party organiser has lately been channelled into a career as an agent with international booking agency Sweat Lodge in Berlin, and in particular his key role in the rise of Irish label Maeve.
Dave is a firm festival pal, and has been a regular at ALS over the past number of years. This mix catches a little bit of the magic spark he always  brings to proceedings.
The Shift Shack is a coal shed full of excited faces. It’s an intoxicating atmosphere that made me feel butterflies, especially when you have to follow Sara Miller bringing the house down. I loved every second of this hour, mistakes and all, it was a tiny contribution to an excellent weekend.
 
Another Love Story continues to be the best, the alchemy is perfect. At a strange time in life this reminded me of a highlight of mine. This recording is overdriven and a bit wild in parts, just like that Friday night. Shouts to Kev and Neil for surgically bringing the recording back to life! 

Big ups all you Lovers, we’ll be back in the manor brighter and better than ever before long, but for now, pour a drink, light it up, time for a good ol’ party X “

 

Another Mix Series 001

We kick off our series of mixes recorded live from the heaving and unique walls of The Shift Shack with pt. 1 of a hi energy vibe from ALS stalwarts Neil, Omar & Emmet bringing a close to Another amazing night in what is perhaps the world’s greatest tiny dancefloor.

Neil & Omar are part & fabric of the ALS crew – there from the start in both friendship & deed.

Neil Flynn is Waterford born, but only recently retuned to these shores after a decade long adventure in sound and vision in Berlin.
Neil’s talent as a producer of deeply atmospheric house and techno, and his commitment and passion as a DJ have seen him play as far away as Australia and Brazil in between regular appearances in Berlin and here in Ireland.
Neil  is an integral part of the ALS family and is guaranteed to provide many of the weekend’s highlights both inside and outside the decks.

” A wild, sweaty & imperfect set from the wild & sweaty Shift Shack – it’s hard to describe the energy in that room, this set might help – My favorite place to play & here sharing it with 2 of the best – my 2 feet are rarely ever on the ground at one time. Rave 2 De Grave x “
Omar Suardy is without doubt one of the most consistent and knowledgeable DJs we have ever come across.
Growing up in New York, and spending many years ingrained in the scene in Miami has gifted Omar with a signature style – he’s the king of the effortless smooth groove.
As you can hear, Omar is equally at home in rooms big or small, but his set in The Ballroom at ALS’17 remains the high watermark for those walls.
” The shift Shack! The happy place, so many great smiles, such great energy. So grateful to be spend time in this room with great friends. truly one of the best musical experiences any human can have. “
Omar & Neil are joined here, as is tradition somewhat, by ALS chief messer Emmet – as always relishing the chance to put down the walkie talkie for a few precious moments, and to round out the final hours of Saturday night at ALS amongst friends in The Shift Shack.

ALS 2020 & COVID 19 STATEMENT

Hello Friends & Lovers, ⁠

It has taken a little while to gather our wits to post here, but this a message primarily and fundamentally to say that we sincerely hope you are all doing ok out there where ever you are. ⁠

These are strange and unsettling times. Events are happening at a scale which is hard to comprehend, but which, in a very basic sense, only serves to underline just how lucky we all have been to spend those magic, carefree & heart-filled moments at The Manor, and beyond, together. ⁠

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i. ALS 2020⁠

To those of you who have already bought tickets for Another Love Story 2020 – firstly, thanks so much for your support. ⁠

We are hoping that we are on the right side of the time line here, and that #ALS20 will still happen as planned in August. We are continuing to plan accordingly. ⁠

However, as we all know, nothing is 100% certain at this moment in time, but we are fixing our beady little eyes and all of our will on that point on the horizon, and hoping that our little gathering will be a part of the collective release from this testing time – a light at the end of the tunnel. ⁠

We’ve been working on our most dynamic and exciting line up yet, and we were just about ready to press go before all of this escalated – so news on that coming very soon.⁠

Should things change, we will of course let you know.⁠

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ii. FESTIVAL PEOPLE⁠

We want to especially send out a note of solidarity to all our friends, colleagues in the festival and arts world. So many of our crew, artist friends, and fellow festival organisers, especially fellow independents, are facing a very difficult & disappointing time. ⁠

We are thinking of what we can do to help, and we’ll be back with some news on that soon also. ⁠

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iii. SOCIAL DISTANCING – DO IT!⁠

For what little influence we have, we would also like to urge you all to adhere to the guidelines for Social Distancing – and to double up on the message that we ALL have a crucial role to play in the outcome here, basically from here on in, you can’t be too cautious.⁠

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Sending huge love to you all, and to all of those dear to you.⁠

LOVE WINS OUT⁠

ALS x⁠

ALS 2020 TICKETS ON SALE NOW

off we go ..

ALS returns to the glory of ALS Manor for Another weekend of unrivalled intimacy and fun, inside and amongst the fabled welcoming grander of our 18th century manor home from August 14th – 16th 2020.

As is by now tradition, ALS presents a carefully thought out line up for local and international artists who perform amongst the backdrop of Killyon Manor’s exquisite grounds and grand spaces.

ALS strives to genuinely present an alternative to the ubiquitous big field festival experience – with a commitment to small scale, and an attention to detail which makes for a magical  experience.

General Release Tickets are on sale NOW.

ALS 2020 TICKETS