- 16 Sep 21
Tickets for the highly anticipated gig are available now.
Having reopened its doors for live concerts, Judge Roy Beans' exciting series of gigs continues – with The Frank & Walters set to play an acoustic show at the beloved venue in Newbridge, Co. Kildare this Friday, September 17!
Judge Roy Beans isn't just an award-winning steakhouse and bar – it's also an acclaimed music venue, and has provided a space for artists to rehearse and record since 2011.
So, it’s no surprise that it remains at the heart of music as we gradually emerge from lockdown restrictions. Despite the challenges of the past year-and-a-half, the venue has been keeping the spirit of live music alive, with their Summer of Music 2021 programme – which featured recorded performances from legendary artists Donal Lunny & Paddy Glackin, Jerry Fish and more.
Now, however, Judge Roy Beans are welcoming audiences back inside their spectacular Upstairs venue, with tickets to their upcoming live shows available now.
With a reputation as one of the finest live acts in the country, The Frank & Walters are not to be missed. Hailing from Cork City, they initially rose to prominence in the early '90s – achieving chart success with their upbeat sound.
Decades on from the release of their very first record, and the Franks continue to defy expectations. Each year, the Frank and Walters perform sell-out gigs across Ireland, the UK, Europe, and the US – while their records, both new and classic, continue to be enjoyed across the world.
Tickets for The Frank & Walters (acoustic) at Judge Roy Beans are €16, and are available here.
Doors open at 8pm.
Take a look at Judge Roy Beans' upcoming line-up below:
- Friday, September 17: The Frank & Walters (acoustic)
- Friday, September 24: Sounds From Home (showcasing local music) – featuring Appo & The Disappointments and In The Space Between
- Saturday, September 25: Mack Fleetwood
- Saturday, October 2: Kíla
Tickets are on sale now from ticketstop.ie
This project has been part-funded by the Department of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media, from the Live Performance Support Scheme.
For coverage of Judge Roy Beans' previous Summer of Music gigs, click here.