- 24 Jan 19
Irish rockers Aslan have added a date at the Iveagh Gardens to their Goodbye Charlie Moonhead 2019 Tour.
Aslan are taking 2019 by storm with their Goodbye Charlie Moonhead Tour which has already sold out a number of dates across the country.
Released 25 years ago in 1994, a limited vinyl edition of Aslan's album Goodbye Charlie Moonhead has been released to coincide with the tour featuring songs such as 'Rainman' 'Where's the Sun', 'Games' and of course, 'Crazy World'.
With dates lined up for the Olympia Theatre on Friday 15th & Saturday 16th March, Aslan have now added a date at Dublin's Iveagh Gardens on Saturday 13th July 2019.
The band have also issued a call for bands or singers/songwriters to open the Iveagh Gardens gig for them on 13th July for a 30 minute slot. Those who wish to be considered are asked to email [email protected] with the name of the band or singer/songwriter, 2 original songs, a picture and a contact number.
Formed in 1982, Aslan ceased performing in 2013 after lead singer Christy Dignam was diagnosed with a rare type of incurable blood cancer, called amyloidosis and told he would only have six months to live. However, the Aslan frontman continues to defy the odds and six years later is embarking the tour with his surviving bandmates. Dignam has also finished writing his autobiography which is due for release later this year.
Tickets for Aslan's show at the Iveagh Gardens priced at €42 will go on sale Thursday 31st January at 9am through www.ticketmaster.ie & usual outlets nationwide.