Arcade Fire celebrates debut album 'Funeral' with a show in an irish castle

The band leaded by Win Butler wil host a unique and intimate evening at Dublin's Malahide Castle.

On September 14 of 2004, Funeral, the debut album by Canadian indie rock band Arcade Fire. Twenty years later, on July 7 of 2024, Arcade Fire wil host a unique and intimate evening at Dublin's Malahide Castle.They will perform the entirety of Funeral along the most renowned tracks of their career.

Funeral was an indisputable influence for all indie music to come, featuring a mix of sounds never heard of. Featuring violins to trumpets and arps as an addition to guitars, bass and drums, the band addressed death from a new perspective, by turning it into a collection of upbeat tracks that defined a music genre.
The band, led by frontman Win Butler, achieved major sales both in the United States and the United Kingdom thanks to Funeral, which set them on the way to stardom. Their discography kept getting more eclectic, while always mantaining Arcade Fire's particular sound.

Featuring alternative rock bandE cho and the Bunnymen as opening act, itcomes as no surprise that the anniversary of Funeral is set to be a unique event. Tickets go on sale on Thursday 15th February at 10AM on Ticketmaster Ireland's official website. In addition, Arcade Fire has partnered with PLUS1 to donate €1/£1 per ticket to non profit organizations.
Black tie is optional.