by / November 16th, 2011 /

The Necks play Whelan’s this weekend

Described by the New York Times as “one of the greatest bands in the world”, The Necks visit Dublin this Sunday night for their first Irish show in seven years. Together for 25 years, their live shows are entirely improvised consisting of two pieces evolving over around 50 minutes each and see the Australian trio explore a number of genres – from avant-garde to free form jazz, ambient and minimalist. Tickets for the show are €18.50, with doors at 8pm and the band playing two sets with no support.

  • B. Shambles

    First *Dublin* show in 7 years.  They played in Limerick about 4 years ago. 😉

    Possible candidate for gig of the year- certainly one of my most anticipated.