- 27 Feb 20
The Dublin band will return to some of Ireland's legendary venues to celebrate the 30th year of their career.
Irish music luminaries The Pale are celebrating 30 years together with the release of single 'Krakatoa' off their 2019 album Merciful Hour and a special anniversary tour. They'll be performing at Dublin's Whelan's on May 8.
The tour will see the band returning to some of Ireland's legendary venues while performing songs from across their lengthy career. Throughout the past 30 years, they've released 13 albums and performed shows across the globe, including Japan and Russia to name a few.
"It's dizzying to think that The Pale are 30 years together this year, that's a shocking 10,950 days in existence. In light of this milestone we are going out on tour. Which is clearly the best response, as we love to play live. We will be playing shows over the coming months in Ireland and the U.K. as part of our 30th Anniversary tour. We cannot wait," said The Pale's Matthew Devereux.
Fans can also expect a few more surprises during the year of celebrations.
Portlaoise, Kavanagh's - 17th April
Dublin, Whelans - 8th May
Mullingar, The Stables - 9th May
Dundalk, Spirit Store - 15th May
Cork, Kino - 16th May
Saltwater Festival, Westport - 30th May
Listowel, Mike the Pie's - 12th June