INEC Killarney is now officially rebranded as The Gleneagle INEC Arena following an investment in production and technology and an increase of patron capacity.7
The Gleneagle INEC Arena rebrand has come about as a result of investing over half a million euros in production and technology, across lighting, sound, and audio-visual systems, and an increased patron capacity of 4142. This means that they now have the infrastructure to cater to a wider variety of acts and artists.
Speaking on the Gleneagle INEC Arena rebrand Mark Egan said “This was a very important project for us – The re-branding of the venue to the Gleneagle INEC Arena accurately reflects the product on offer. Our new arena capacity coupled with our technological infrastructure enables us to cater for bigger and better touring productions which in turn provides a better customer and artist experience. The feedback from the artists that play here is always really positive. There is a certain kind of energy here, not replicated anywhere else.”
Sound supply is 125A Single Phase, clean earth, switched in the amplifier room (above prompt corner) and distributed as follows: