- 24 Feb 21
The Dublin mainstays got their start busking on Grafton Street. Photo: Damien Hickey
Irish music luminaries The Pale are gearing up to celebrate 30 years in the music industry this year. Undertaking a special 30th anniversary show at Whelan's, the band will perform live on November 25, 2021.
During their immensely rewarding time together, the band have released 13 albums and performed numerous tours across the world, including places like Russia, Japan, and Eastern Europe. Hot Press said their last album, Merciful Hour, had a "chameleon-like ability for change."
The Pale started in Dublin's Northside in 1990, cutting their teeth busking on Dublin's Grafton street, alongside fellow musicians like Kila, Paddy Casey, Mic Christopher and Glen Hansard.
The Pale have always steered off the beaten track, and 2019 saw them release their 13th studio album to date 'Merciful Hour', Followed by shows across Ireland, as well as Electric Picnic and closing the Friday night of Feile 19 in Tipperary. Tickets for this extra-special show will go on sale from Tickets.ie and Ticketmaster on Friday, February 26 at 10 AM.