Irish Dates

Feb
17
1979

Project Arts Centre - Dublin

Playing The Dark Space Festival, directed by Jim Sheridan.

Playing at 3.30am, tracks included Another Time, Another Place and Cartoon World. Edge: 'It ... was an all-night event with performance artists, strippers and comedians and most of the local post-punk bands. It felt like we were part of of an interesting, rising scene. There was a huge level of excitement amongst those who were cognizant of of what was going on in musical terms but there was nothing there that actually blew my mind. It all seemed a bit second-rate, to tell you the truth...' (From 'U2 by U2')

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