Legendary Irish Rock Band Bagatelle will perform their second last ever concert on Saturday, 13th February in Ballylanders GAA Complex as they bid their Final Farewell to Co Limerick With multi platinum album sales, 6 no 1 hit songs and world wide tours spanning their 37 year history this will prove to be the farewell concert of the year.

The original band members, including singer/songwriter Liam Reilly whose song “Summer in Dublin” will be treasured forever in the hearts of all Irish people are excited about performing in Ballylanders and having this opportunity to bid farewell to their many fans and friends in Co. Limerick.

Formed in Bray, Co. Wicklow, the band first started to get noticed around the 1970’s. Fellow Irish musician Bono has commented on the impact that Bagatelle had on U2 in the early days of their career.

Don’t miss this unique chance to reminisce with this Internationally acclaimed Irish rock band for a fantastic concert as they sing their iconic hits from the ’80 to the present day such as “Summer in Dublin”, “Second Violin” “Trump Card” “Love is the Reason” “Leeson Street Lady” “Streets of New York” “All Fall Down” “Rock ‘n’ Roll Fantasy” “Flight of Earls” and “Is it Raining in Paris Tonight”.

Bagatelle have been one of the most outstanding bands in the history of Irish popular music and they certainly deserve a rousing Ballylanders send off on Saturday, 13th February at Ballylanders GAA Complex.

Full Bar facilities will be available and tickets €25 are on sale from Mace, Main St. Ballylanders and at the door on the night. Show 8.30pm.