- 12 May 22
The ultimate boutique summer festival will run from June 10-12th at the Glendalough Estate with musical acts, an arts feature, and extensive food area.
Now just one month away: Ireland’s newest Music & Arts festival Beyond The Pale completes the summer's hottest line-up with the addition of platinum selling artist James Vincent McMorrow. The Dublin singer songwriter will be kicking off his world-wide tour at Glendalough Estate. He'll be joining an already stacked line-up alongside Loah, Glasshouse Ensemble’s Aphex Twin show, KORMAC and many, many more.
Beyond the Pale is a new "boutique" music festival taking place at Glendalough Estate in Annamoe, Co. Wicklow this June. Dates range from June 10th-12th with tickets available for various weekend camping options.
We are also excited to announce the Beyond the Pale Arts Programme - a series incorporating legendary performers, artist residencies, utopian dream spaces, and new work commissions for festival goers to enjoy.
Here are just a few of the acts to expect from the dazzlingly eclectic Arts showcase:
Clare Dunne will bring her hit theatre show Sure Look It, Fuck It for an exclusive festival outing. Hilarious, warm and poignant, the new act is a magical spoken word odyssey weaving athletic poetry, dreamy live music, and epic comedy.
Abandoman, Ireland’s beloved improvising musical comedian, will use his trademark blend of audience interaction and razor-sharp observation to take audiences on a magical journey of absolute gas-ness.
Seanogue! is a high octane dance experiment presented by Sibéal along with her co-conspirator Jade.
And don't miss Lisette Krol as she unviels her jaw-dropping new pole and acrobat work 'Metamorphosis'.
Beyond the Plate: there will also be an extensive food area headed by Ali Dunworth, Irish Times journalist & curator of Eatyard. Ali’s passion for the food industry is second to none with loads of experience and a keen sense of all that’s new and exciting in Ireland’s hospitality industry.
In addition to her fabulous food arrangements, she’ll also be pulling together a lineup of talks & demonstrations from some of Ireland’s leading food & beverage personalities.
There will also be plenty of beer, wine, and cocktails available on site as you enjoy the weekend camping in style.
This is the hottest line-up of the summer with performers you will fall in love with - all in a gorgeous valley setting with craft beer, cocktails and outstanding food. Only a 45 minutes drive from Dublin City.
For more information and tickets, check out the festival website.
- Film & TV
- 23 Mar 23