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Music / March 9, 2022

Gypsies On The Autobahn announce farewell show

Music / March 9, 2022

Gypsies On The Autobahn announce farewell show

The four-piece head to Whelan’s for a final send off this April.

Back in April 2022, Gypsies on the Autobahn called it a day. Predictably, the pandemic halted any plans for a farewell show. However, the four piece have now revealed they head to Whelan’s on April 8, nearly exactly two years after they broke up, for a final send off.

Made up of brother James and Daniel smith and friends Niall Mooney and Gary Quinn, the group met at 16 and performed for 14 years. In that time, they released two albums on Universal Music Ireland, toured with Little Green Cars and performed at the likes of Electric Picnic and Other Voices.

Speaking on the final show, lead singer James says, “We’ve been amping this up in our heads for the last 2 years and have been planning a great show for people. We want to end it all with a bang, and thank all those people who followed us for years by giving them a show they deserve.”

Tickets are on sale now here.

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