Slane, May 16, 1992
Frenzied ‘revellers’ get ‘down’ as Guns ‘n’ Roses play Slane.on their Use Your Illusion tour.
Few would scarcely believe it might take 25 years before they would
All they needed was a little patience.
Pics: Eamonn Farrell/Rollingnews
Was this you at Slane in 1992?
If you are the glum-faced rock fan arrowed get in touch with us and claim ONE ticket to see Guns ‘n’ Roses at Slane next year, all on the ‘
sheet (as soon as they go on sale).
RTÉ News was on the scene, and the broadcaster’s Archive threw up the report on their Facebook over the weekend. Look at all that hair.
Twenty years ago, today.
Phil Antropist writes:
25.50 punts…now there’s inflation for ya :-)
Irish support acts anyone?
Saw REM supporting U2 in ’85.
‘Protecting Ireland’ writes:
As a mini salute to the last memories of Slane [Co Meath] we have found a winner to ‘
Slane Mud Fall 2015‘ A Traditional Irish Dancer who Danced to No Music and then Fell.. :)
Previously: The Man Who Dropped His Chips At Slane
He must have queued five hours for those.
A compilation of some ‘revellers’ who fell in the mud at Slane this weekend.
Thanks Rob Roygg
Squee [digging Bob Dylan] at Slane in
70,000 attend festival at Slane Castle (RTE News)
Ahead of the Foo Fighters at Slane Castle, Co Meath tomorrow.
Sheila Larkin writes:
You could say the weather in Slane is a mixed bag. Tent up, so it can rain if it feckin well wants…
We see a dinosaur.
Earlier: The Pain Of Slane Falls Mainly Around The Rain
Jenny McGovern writes:
you may like this….many won’t.. The Strypes join the line-up at Slane [May 30 – Foo Fighters, Hozier and Ash] Usual broadsheet banter to follow….
Previously: The Strypes on broadsheet
For your consideration.
Julien Temple‘s excellent 2015 BBC4 documentary ‘The Best Thing Since Cavan’ on The Strypes and their ongoing mission to bring R&B and rock ‘n’ roll to a new generation.
Includes eye-popping Cavan archive footage, Keith Allen, Monaghan’s much-missed Flatlake Festival and Elton John.
London rapper Plan B implores the audience at Slane to throw p*ss at him and adds “You’re the tamest crowd I’ve ever f**king met in my life”.
Because there’s nothing an Irish audience love more than to be shouted at by a bloke with a cockney accent.