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Tickets for the Iveagh Gardens pilot gig featuring James Vincent McMorrow and Sorcha Richardson will go on sale this Thursday

Tickets for the Iveagh Gardens pilot gig featuring James Vincent McMorrow and Sorcha Richardson will go on sale this Thursday

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As announced last week, pilot events will take place ahead of the reopening of live music after 15 months closed.

Details have emerged of the Iveagh Gardens event, which will be a standing music event on June 10th put on by the National Concert Hall in Iveagh Gardens, Dublin with an audience of 500.

James Vincent McMorrow and Sorcha Richardson are two artists set to play the gig as they both announced themselves as playing on Insta late on Friday night.

Tickets for the event will go on sale on a first come first served basis on Thursday morning at 10am from NCH.ie, full info will follow.


The guidelines are posted in full here and include:

  • PCR/Antigen Testing is not a requirement for this event so if you or any member of your party have had symptoms of COVID-19 14 days prior to the event
  • You will be asked to queue in a socially distanced manner until you are brought to your pod within the standing area by an NCH staff member. Each pod is exclusive to the group in each booking – to a maximum of 4 people. All ticketholders will be required to follow current safe-distancing guidelines of 2 metres as set out by the National Public Health Emergency Team (NPHET)
  • Patrons are requested to wear masks at all times other than when they are in their pods.
  •  Access to the venue will be from 5.30pm but admittance will be on a staggered basis and you will be given a specific time of arrival which you should adhere to.
  • Socially distanced queuing systems are in place for services and facilities on site, we ask that you follow all directional and instructional signage in place.

The NCH are also looking at streaming the event too.

This is a trial concert supported by Department of Department of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media