- 02 Mar 22
Four Tet and Lisa Hannigan are among the headliners.
Beyond The Pale is a new music festival announced for Glendalough Estate (aka Glendalough House) in Annamoe, Co. Wicklow this June.
Featuring the likes of Four Tet, Bonobo, Orbital and Lisa Hannigan, it will take place on the former site of the Barn Dance festival from June 10-12.
Other acts announced include the Mary Wallopers, Soda Blonde and Shygirl, with a full lineup available from their website: itsbeyondthepale.ie.
As well as the music, there will also be a food area entitled Beyond The Plate, curated by Irish Times journalist, Ali Dunworth.
Not content with just curating, Dunworth will also pull together "a lineup of talks & demonstrations from some of Ireland's leading food & beverage personalities," according to a press release.
Although most revellers can bring their own tent for the usual campsites found at festivals, there will also be a "comfy camping" option where "for an extra fee, you can get a prime spacious location, phone charging service, access to a car park to campsite buggy service, complimentary shower, hot tubs, sauna, massages & of course, posh loos."
3-day tickets for Beyond The Pale start at €149 and go on sale this Friday at 10 am.