Aslan to play Big Top show in Limerick to celebrate album's 30th anniversary

Aslan: Playing Limerick's Big Top on May 26

Aslan: Playing Limerick's Big Top on May 26

ASLAN are to return to Limerick to mark a very significant milestone in the group’s history with a show at the city’s Big Top.

Bookers Dolan’s have announced that Aslan will return to Limerick to play Live at the Big Top at the Milk Market on May 26.

The gig comes as Aslan celebrate the 30th anniversary of their debut album Feel No Shame, which was released in 1988.

The Feel No Shame Tour will see the band dusting the cobwebs off songs from the album that have not been played in a very long time, as well as performing the many hit songs Aslan have produced over three decades of music.

Mick Dolan said: “Aslan were the very first rock band to play in Dolan’s when we opened the Warehouse venue 20 years ago. Over the course of three decades Aslan have made a phenomenal contribution to the Irish music scene.

“Aslan have been very loyal supporters of Dolan’s down through the years and, as we both celebrate important milestones, we are delighted to be welcoming the band back to Limerick for what is sure to be a very special night,” he added.

Aslan recently released a new single Now I Know and last year saw them play ell out gigs at the Olympia theatre Dublin, Live At The Big Top in Limerick, Cork’s Opera House and an outdoor gig in the Iveagh Gardens in Dublin.

Tickets for the show are on sale now. See www.dolans.ie