Friday October 6th
Doors 8pm | Show 9pm
At the age of 21, on the 14th of October 1996, one of Ireland’s most popular singer-songwriters Mundy released his debut Album ‘Jelly Legs’ on Epic Records and it has remained a timeless, ageless classic ever since. This year will mark the 21st Anniversary of ‘Jelly Legs’ and Mundy is marking this occasion and celebrating the album by reforming his old band with Guitarist Steo Farrell, Drummer Cion O’Callaghan and Bassist Shane Fitzsimons for a whirlwind tour of Ireland It is also 21 years since his song “To you I Bestow’ appeared on the Hollywood block buster movie ‘Romeo and Juliet’ by Baz Luhrman. The movies soundtrack, cherished by many, sold over 11 million copies around the world. The album also featured the songs ‘Pardon Me’ and ‘Life’s a Cinch’ which also got MTV and VH1 rotation plus the highly requested song ‘Gin and Tonic Sky’. Mundy and his band have toured France, the UK and the United States extensively also sharing bills with Van Morrison, Manic Street Preachers, Cast and Stereophonics to name but a few. The tour is simply called ‘Jelly Legs 21’and Mundy is going to add some extra layers to make it a very special celebration.
Eat On Site
There is an array of dining options available on site at the INEC. Come early to enjoy the build-up, grab a bite to eat and head straight into the INEC. Hassle free! Here are some choices:
Sleep On Site
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