• boygenius Set For Dublin Show

    boygenius are finally coming to Ireland. The U.S. indie rock supergroup, comprising Julien Baker, Phoebe Bridgers and Lucy Dacus, will play the Royal Hospital Kilmainham in Dublin on 28th August. With more to be announced, MUNA are among the acts to support on the night. Tickets for the show go on sale at noon this Friday, 31st March. The news come ahead of the imminent release of the trio’s highly-anticipated debut album, the record, on Friday. Check out the video for recent single ‘Not Strong Enough’ below.

  • Wilco Announce Irish Shows

    Wilco have announced two Irish shows. Courtesy of Open House Festival, the band will also play Belfast’s Mandela Hall on Wednesday, 6th September. It comes 13 years to the month from their last show with the promoters. Marking their first show in the city since playing Iveagh Gardens festival back in 2016 (revisit our gallery from the show here) the Chicago indie legends will also play 3Olympia Theatre on Friday, 8th September. Wilco last played 3Olympia Theatre back in 1999. News of the show comes hours on from the Jeff Tweedy-fronted band winning Best Historical Album for the 20th Anniversary edition of…

  • Depeche Mode Set For Dublin Next Summer

    Depeche Mode are set to return to Dublin next year. The legendary English electronic band, who currently comprise Dave Gahan and Martin Gore, will stop off at Malahide Castle on 14th June. Doubling up as the band’s biggest ever Irish concert, it takes place as part of a world tour to mark the release of their upcoming 15th studio album, Memento Mori. Tickets for the show go on sale this Friday () at 9am, priced €79.65.

  • The Bobby Lees Announce Irish Shows

    New York garage punk trailblazers The Bobby Lees are set for three Irish shows. Formed in Woodstock in 2018, the quartet will play Whelan’s Upstairs in Dublin on July 1st, Limerick’s Kasbah on July 2nd and the Ulster Sports Club in Belfast (with support from Problem Patterns) on July 3rd. Ticket info for Dublin and Limerick is TBA. Tickets for the Belfast show, which is promoted by the ever-reliable Strange Victory, cost £10 and are on sale now. Check out The Bobby Lees’ new single ‘Hollywood Junkyard’ below.

  • Angel Olsen Set For Dublin Return

    Angel Olsen is coming back to Dublin. As well as announcing her upcoming sixth album, Big Time, the Missouri artist will round up a forthcoming European tour at Dublin’s Vicar Street on October 24th. It marks Olsen’s first show in the city – and same venue – since 2017. Tickets go on sale at 10am on April 1st. Check out new single ‘All The Good Times’ below.

  • Kurt Vile to Play Belfast and Dublin

    Kurt Vile & The Violators will play a brace of Irish shows in the summer. Following the release of his highly-anticipated new album, (watch my moves), on 15th April, Vile and his band will stop off for shows at Belfast’s Limelight 1 and Dublin’s Vicar Street on 30th and 31st August respectively. Tickets – which go on general sale this Friday, 18th February at 10am – are €35 for Dublin and TBA for Belfast. Check out Vile’s sublime, seven-minute new single ‘Like Exploding Stones’ below.

  • Massive Attack Set For Dublin Return

    Massive Attack are coming back to Dublin. The Bristol trip-hop legends will play an outdoor show at Royal Hospital Kilmainham on August 28th. It marks the band’s first show in the city since 2019, when they performed as part of their Mezzannine XX1 tour. Tickets for this summer’s show cost €59.50 and go on sale this Friday, 18th at 10am.

  • Caribou To Play Dublin Next Week

    Caribou’s Dublin show is back on. Following the postponement of the January 19th date, the Canadian producer and musician – aka Dan Snaith – will perform at Dublin’s Vicar Street on Tuesday, February 1st. Original tickets remain valid. Both as Caribou and in the guise of Daphni, Snaith has played Dublin a number of times over the years, including a show at Vicar Street back in 2014.

  • Protomartyr and Oh Boland Set For Irish Shows

    Protomartr will team up with Tuam’s finest, Oh Boland, for four Irish dates next year. As part of the former Michigan post-punk band’s up UK and Irish tour, both bands will play Cork’s Cyprus Avenue on April 20th, Limerick’s Dolans on April 21st, Dublin’s Button Factory on April 22nd and Belfast’s Ulster Sports Club on April 23rd. Tickets go on sale at 10am on Friday, December 3rd 2021. Revisit a highlight from Protomartyr’s 2015 album The Agent Intellect below.

  • Beach House Set For Dublin Return

    Beach House will play Dublin next year. The Baltimore dream-pop duo of Victoria Legrand and Alex Scally will mark their return to the city with a show at the National Stadium on Saturday, May 21 2022. Tickets go on sale next Friday, November 19 at 10am. It will be the duo’s ninth Dublin show to date, and their first since playing Vicar Street back in 2018. Coinciding with the news is the announcement of the band’s forthcoming eigth album, Once Twice Melody. An 18-song double album, it will be released in four “chapters” over the next four months. Chapter One lands tonight…