Aslan are one of Irish music’s most enduring names, a group who have spent 20 years as a genuine people’s band. Formed in North city Dublin in the mid-80s, they made an instant impression when their debut album went to number one – following it with their classic single ‘Crazy World’ after a brief hiatus.

Refusing to rest on their laurels, they have been busier and more productive than ever since the turn of the century – touring the world and releasing a string of best selling albums, culminating in 2009’s Uncased covers record that was only kept off the number one spot by Eminem.

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To celebrate 30 years as a band Aslan a released a live album called ’30’ in 2014 and soon went on to announce two comeback shows in May 2014, selling out both nights at The Olympia Theatre, Dublin.

A later regional comeback show was booked for July 26th at the INEC, Killarney and to no surprise sold out in record time. The band are currently working on new material, hoping to bring some of this to the stage with another headline gig at The Olympia Theatre (Sept 20th) booked and on the verge of selling out.

 

With many successful and sold out gigs throughout 2018, Aslan finished 2018 with 3 sold out gigs in Dublin's Vicar Street. 2019 sees Aslan touring the goodbye Charlie Moonhead album which is 25 years old having been released in 1994.
The Tour will see Aslan performing at some of Ireland's premier venues such as live at the Marquee Cork, The Iveagh Gardens, 2 sold out shows at the Olympia Theatre on 15th and 16th March.
The band will also be doing more shows in the UK with gigs already confirmed for Leeds, Glasgow and Liverpool Feis.
Aslan will also perform in Denmark for the first time in September. Other Highlights are the big top Limerick, Fever Pitch Festival Galway and Harmony Festival Belfast.