Words: Eva O’Beirne
Beyond The Pale Festival takes place this Friday, Saturday and Sunday at Glendalough Estate Co. Wicklow.
The most anticipated festival of the summer will feature 3 days of music, art, a food village and more. Three-day camping tickets and Sunday Day tickets are still available. Tickets on sale now from www.itsbeyondthepale.ie
The line-up features FourTet, Bonobo, Orbital, James Vincent McMorrow, Lisa Hannigan, Stereo MCs, John Francis Flynn and many more. The arts programme includes Emmet Kirwan’s -Dublin Old School plus Clare Dunne’s “Sure Look It, F**k It” There’s a food Village and food demos with chefs and a wellness programme with yoga, reggae yoga sound baths, meditation and more.
There will be an array of food onsite with includes Filipino street food from Bahay, Caribbean deliciousness from AA’s Caribbean, stonebaked pizza from The Big Blue Bus, vegan street food from Bish Bosh Kitchen, Mexican from El Milagro, and the inaugural festival outing for Dublin Burger Company.
Campers can bring one case of beer (24 Cans), two bottles of wine or one litre of spirits. The festival site will open at 12:00 on Friday, with music starting in the main arena at 16:00. The campsite will close at 12:00 on Monday.
Beyond the Pale is at Glendalough estate, just 45 minutes from South Dublin. The nearest towns are Annamoe & Roundwood.
Marathon Coaches will be providing a bus service running from Custom House Quay in Dublin City Centre, on Friday at 10:30,11:00, 13:00, 14:00 and 18:00. Return buses are available on Sunday night at 23:00 and Monday at 12:30 in the afternoon. Return tickets are €36 available to buy from the Beyond The Pale website.
With free parking, a sunny forecast and plenty of good tunes, you’d be mad to miss this festival.
Three-day camping tickets, family camping and Sunday Day tickets are still available. Tickets on sale now from www.itsbeyondthepale.ie
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