The Pale are on the bill for Garden Festival Finalé. The band 20 years ago made their major label debut with Here’s One We Made Earlier, an album that introduced a band that, from then to now, has succeeded in blindsiding their audience with music that is equal parts eminently melodic and utterly singular.
The Pale are on the bill for Garden Festival Finalé. The band 20 years ago made their major label debut with Here’s One We Made Earlier, an album that introduced a band that, from then to now, has succeeded in blindsiding their audience with music that is equal parts eminently melodic and utterly singular.View More Images
Summer is winding down and so are Danny Byrne’s legendary Garden Music Festivals, which have been a phenomenal success this year. But not to fear, there is one great finale, which is set to see the season out with a bang this Sunday August 18!
With more than 40 acts lined up across three stages this is gonna be one helluva paaarrrty!
They’ve got The Pale, Hogan, Appian Way, The Academic, Good Man Sheila, Ashley Tubridy, The Idyllics, We Were Giants, plus many more.
It’s yet another fun day for all the family, with face painting, magicians, clowns, balloons and fortune tellers. As well as the bands, there will be plenty of performance art on display, from the likes of Dionysus Dance, Fire Dancers, and the people of Mullingar Panto Group. There will also be an art exhibition of local work adorning the walls of Danny Byrne’s.
With 15 craft stands, including the carnival stand, McGrath’s Sweet Shop and Holistic Massage, take a wander and discover some glorious surprises in the various nooks and crannies in this famous Mullingar pub!
Come early around 2pm as it’s free admission and it can get pretty hectic inside the walls of Danny Byrne’s.
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