Black Pope to perform at Monroe's this week

The Leeside rockers will play in Galway this Wednesday.

Black Pope is a rock ‘n’ roll outfit from The People’s Republic of Cork with a taste for the dark and mysterious.

The band are mere hours away from embarking on their February Irish tour, which will take them to Dublin, Galway, Cork and Clonakilty. The alt-rock ensemble bring their vivacious show to Monroe’s Live BackStage Bar on Wednesday February 15. Doors 8pm, tickets €7/€5 online.

 

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