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Gig Roundup: Amadou & Mariam, Rushes, Munky, Ella Vos, Jesse Malin & more

Gig Roundup: Amadou & Mariam, Rushes, Munky, Ella Vos, Jesse Malin & more

Luke Sharkey

Afro-pop duo Amadou & Mariam will be joined by gospel group The Blind Boys of Alabama in the NCH on July 15th. Tickets, at €39+, go on sale this Friday from the NCH’s website.


Cork experimental pop artist Rushes will perform in Whelan’s on May 25th. He’ll be performing material from his freshly released Glimpse EP. Tickets, at €12+, go on sale Friday morning on the Ticketmaster site.


Dublin four-piece Munky announced their Un, Deux, Trois, Cat. EP launch gig in The Grand Social on April 12th. Tickets, at €10+, are on sale now here.


American rising pop artist Ella Vos has announced a gig in the Academy 2 on May 13th. Tickets, at €13+, go on sale this Friday from the Ticketmaster site.


American singer-songwriter Jesse Malin announces a headline show in Belfast’s Limelight 2 on June 22nd. Tickets, at £14+, go on sale Friday on the Ticketmaster site.


Experimental composers Penguin Café will perform in NCH on October 7th. Tickets, at €35+, are on sale now here.

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London folk artist Tom Rosenthal will perform in The Sugar Club on November 5th. Tickets, at €17+, go on sale this Friday through the Ticketmaster site.


Also announced this week:

Dermot Kennedy will headline Sea Sessions.

Bell X1 & Dowry Strings for 2 Vicar Street dates.


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