News: Beyond the Pale festival just gets better and better with new acts announced

BEYOND THE PALE music & arts festival returns to the spectacular surrounds of Glendalough Estate this summer with even more splendid acts added to the already wonderfully curated programme.

Australian psychedelic blues-rock band DOPE LEMON and Seattle multi-instrumentalist KISHI BASHI returns to Ireland following their respective spectacular sold-out shows in Dublin last year. Debut Irish shows from Dutch house heroes TINLICKER‘slive show and Four Tet-affiliated British-Armenian producer HAGOP TCHAPARIAN 

A first Irish show in over 5 years from Danish live electro band WHOMADEWHO,

Dublin folk hero DAVID KITT with an exhilarating new album. Two of Ireland’s most exciting breakthrough acts – SKINNER from Dundalk and PRETTY HAPPY from Cork – both of whom release their debut albums this year

The Extra CAMPERVAN TICKETS which went on sale at 10am this morning have now sold out but there are still plenty of luxury camping options available check out the website for more details (Link below).

FOOD AND WELLNESS PROGRAMME in the coming weeks for Beyond The Pale this year, keep an eye out on socials for more info:

Also if you have yet to bag your weekend tickets, there is just 4 days to avail of the current ticket tier, from this Friday March 10th tickets jump from €215 to €225.  There is also an instalment option of with just 3 instalments from €80. For all ticket options go to

The family-friendly festival takes place in the stunning surrounds of Glendalough Estate with its sweeping valleys and forests, hosting performances across seven areas over the three days of the weekend. In addition to the music, there will be Cabaret, Comedy, Theatre, Art

Only 45 minutes’ drive from Dublin. 3 day tickets start at €215 and the Festival offers luxury on-site camping, glamping, as well as on-site parking. For more information check out

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