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ASLAN, ONE of Ireland's best loved rock bands, plays the Black Box Theatre on Saturday April 25 at 7pm.
ASLAN, ONE of Ireland's best loved rock bands, bring their Goodbye Charlie Moonhead tour - marking the 25th anniversary of the release of the album of the same title - to Galway next year.
And they’re off..! Highly anticipated, much loved and always great craic, yes it’s almost time for the 2019 Galway Races! The stakes are high and as always, The Galmont Hotel & Spa is the hub of all the excitement. You can bet that this year will be no exception, with the #GalmontGirlSquad hosted by Irish influencer Ciara O' Doherty and a superb Race Week line-up to look forward to including legendary rock band, Aslan, our headline act for the Galway Races 2019. Be part of the most exciting social event of the summer calendar.
LONG RUNNING Irish rock legends Aslan will play The Galmont Hotel & Spa as part of the hotel's programme of activity this Galway Racing festival. The show is on Saturday August 3.
FOLLOWING THEIR three sold out Made In Dublin Revisited gigs at Vicar Street, The Olympia, and The Iveagh Gardens, Aslan have announced a return to The Quays music hall on Thursday November 29.
LONG RUNNING Irish legends Aslan play a one-off gig in The Quays Music Hall this month and lead singer Christy Dignham has said: "The atmosphere at our gigs in Galway has always been amazing. Don't forget to bring your singing voice."
ASLAN FRONTMAN Christy Dignam, and band co-founder Joe Jewell, will perform their intimate acoustic show, Some Songs and Stories, in the Town Hall Theatre, this Saturday at 8pm.
This week at the Prince Bar, live music will rock the house on Friday November 27 thanks to Boithrin-boithrin. These lads will take to the stage from 10.30pm, to bring the a two-hour set of high energy music and entertainment. Loved by young and old they are always a treat when they pop into play - you won’t be able to stop yourself from dancing!
LONG RUNNING Dublin rock band Aslan are coming to Galway to play Monroe’s Live on Friday April 13 at 8pm.
A young Carlow boy has been invited to join legendary Irish rockers Aslan on stage during their Carlow performance this weekend.