With gigs back on the agenda fully from October 22nd, promoters are announcing full-cap shows once more. Here’s some that have caught my eye in the last week.
Just Mustard are playing The Academy, Dublin on January 28th 2022.
Tickets €20.50 plus fees Friday 24th September at 10am from Ticketmaster.ie.
Junior Brother has been announced for a Whelan’s Dublin show on Friday 26th November 2021 with Foggy Notions as part of a wider Irish tour. Tickets on sale tomorrow at 10am. A new single ‘Life’s New Haircut’ is released on October 18th.
22th October – Imagine Arts Festival, Waterford
26th November – Whelan’s, Dublin
27thNovember The Great Eastern, Edinburgh
4th December – Dolan’s, Limerick
6thDecember – De Barrra’s, Clonakilty
19th December – Spirit Store, Dundalk
30th December – Róisín Dubh, Galway
Parquet Courts have been announced for a show at the Helix on Saturday June 11th 2022.
Tickets are on sale tomorrow at 10am from Ticketmaster.ie
John Francis Flynn is one of my discoveries of 2021 so far so delighted to see a headline show announced for Dublin on November 12th 2021 at Whelan’s courtesy of Foggy Notions.
I Would Not Live Always is a magic album.
Tickets from €20 plus fees on sale today.
Kings Of Leon are coming to Ireland for two big shows next year.
3Arena – 24 Jun 2022
SSE Arena – 26 Jun 2022
Presale is currently on with tickets on sale next Tuesday September 28th at 10am through TM.
Alex Cameron has added a second show after his first one at The Grand Social on April 16th 2022 has sold out.
The second date is 17th April 2022 and is on sale tomorrow from €17 plus fees from Singular Artists.
Life Festival are putting on an outdoor Halloween event called Back To Life, on October 31st.
“We have missed the dance floors, the artists, the planning, the purpose and most of all, You, our community. We have been left without these important moments of gathering, our event crew and artists without work and a chance to do what they do best. With this in mind Back to Life will be an intimate Halloween gathering of friends, championing a largely Irish line-up and creating a safe space for us to gather. This is just the beginning, the good times are around the corner.
Irish Women In Harmony have announced a series of live dates for the collective who hit the top of the charts and raised a lot of money with their Cranberries cover last year.
Friday 13 May 2022 – Cork Opera House
Saturday 14 May 2022 – The National Concert Hall Dublin
Wednesday 18 May 2022 – Town Hall Theatre Galway
Saturday 21 May 2022– Lime Tree Theatre Limerick
Tickets From €28 On Sale today via Ticketmaster.ie Or venue websites.
The National Concert Hall’s Refractions series has announced two events:
On Tuesday 12th October acclaimed fiddler Martin Hayes joins Donal Dineen for a night of absorbing conversation to mark the publication of his memoir Shared Notes (Penguin).
On Thursday 28th October, Glen Hansard returns to the Dublin stage for the first time since the pandemic to make his NCH headline show debut. This concert will also be livestreamed globally.
Martin Hayes Tickets: In Person €15 / Ticket and Book Bundle €30
Glen Hansard Tickets: in Person €35 / Global Livestream €17.50. Livestream will be available for 48 hours.
The Orb’s Alex Paterson has been announced for a live show and conversation show at the Liberty Hall Theatre, Dublin on 23rd November 2021
Tickets are €30 plus fees from singularartists.ie