Gigs Galore This Summer

Taylor Swift with special guests Camila Cabello & Charlie XCX

Taylor Swift will play two huge gigs in Dublin’s iconic Croke Park on Friday 15th and Saturday 16th June. Support acts Charli XCX & Camila Cabello have just been announced for the upcoming Reputation stadium world tour which rolls into Dublin this Summer. Taylor is a ten-time GRAMMY winner, a singer, songwriter, musician and producer.  She is the youngest person in history to win the music industry’s highest honour, The GRAMMY Award for Album of the Year and she is the first female solo artist to win this prestigious award twice. Tickets from €74.50 including booking fee.

 

Michael Bublé with special guest Emile Sandé

With three Number 1 albums and a classic Christmas album to his name, Michael Bublé is an artist welcomed in every Irish household. He has toured the globe 5 times. Michael Bublé’s classic voice, endearing charm and sheer panache have established him as one of the great singers and entertainers.  He has carved a unique place in the hearts of fans around the world.  Michael Bublé plays Croke Park on Saturday July 7th.  Tickets from €89.50 including booking fee.

 

Queen + Adam Lambert with special guests The Boomtown Rats and Darkness

Queen + Adam Lambert return to Dublin this summer following unprecedented demand from Irish fans left unable to attend their incredible sold-out 3Arena show last November. The summer concert will showcase Queen + Adam Lambert’s spectacular new stage production. Tickets from €79.50 including booking fee.

 

Bruno Mars with special guests Sister Sledge, DNCE & DJ Rashida

Multiple GRAMMY Award winner and multi-platinum selling artist Bruno Mars brings his 24K Magic World Tour to Marlay Park on 12 July. The 24K Magic World Tour marks Mars’ first full-length outing since 2013’s hugely successful Moonshine Jungle World Tour, an international blockbuster that sold 2 million tickets worldwide across 155 sold-out dates. Bruno Mars plays Marlay Park on July 12th. Tickets from €79.50 including booking fee.

 

The Chainsmokers with special guests Rita Ora, John Gibbons, Matoma, Chasing Abbey and Alex + Echos

To date, The Chainsmokers have totalled 20 billion in cumulative radio audience, 10 billion global streams, 6 billion video views and 2 million tickets sold. They play the RDS on June 24th. Tickets from €49.90 including booking fee.

 

The Killers with special guest Franz Ferdinand

The Killers have announced an open-air concert at RDS Arena on 26 June, special guests are Franz Ferdinand. The Killers sold out their 3Arena concert last November in a matter of minutes. The band has received countless accolades for their artistic achievement, including multiple Brit Awards, Grammy nominations, American Music Award nominations, MTV Video Music Awards, NME Awards and more.  Tickets from €69.50 including booking fee.

 

LCD Soundsystem with special guests  Lykke Li & Sh*t Robot 

LCD Soundsystem from New York formed in 2005, gaining immediate attention and critical acclaim for their self-titled Grammy-nominated debut album. They play Malahide Castle on June 5th. Tickets from €69.50 including booking fee.

 

Gorillaz with special guests De La Soul, Little Simz and Hypnotic Brass Ensemble

Gorillaz play an open-air concert at Malahide Castle on 9th June. The Humanz Tour hits Dublin this summer and will see Murdoc Niccals (bass), Noodle (guitar), Russel Hobbs (drums) and 2D (vocals) joined on stage by the Gorillaz live band – Damon Albarn, Gabriel Wallace, Mike Smith, Jesse Hackett, Jeff Wootton, Karl Vanden Bossche and Seye Adelekan  – as well as selected performers from the stellar roll-call of Gorillaz’ family of featured artists. Tickets from €69.50 including booking fee.

 

Nile Rodgers + Chic with special guests Soul II Soul and Craig David

Nile Rodgers will bring his legendary band CHIC to Dublin for an open-air summer party at Malahide Castle on Saturday 16 June. The iconic funk band will be joined by special guest Craig David and Soul II Soul. Tickets from €49.90 including booking fee

 

The Summer Series at Trinity College Dublin

The series opens on July 23rd with singer, songwriter, supermodel, producer, actress and icon Grace Jones. Joining Grace Jones are three-piece pop sirens Wyvern Lingo. Tickets from €60.45 including booking fee.

On July 24th, classical crossover stars Il Divo take to the stage. The Trinity Orchestra are special guests. There will be standing and seated tickets available for this performance. Tickets from €54.65 including booking fee.

Breakout star Rag’n’Bone Man performs on July 25th. His debut album has been a huge hit worldwide and contains the global smash ‘Human’ selling nearly 4 million copies. Grace Carter will support. Tickets from €44.90 including booking fee.

Friday July 27th sees one of the most iconic and innovative singers of his era, Bryan Ferry, perform at The Summer Series. This will be an unmissable night of Bryan Ferry’s greatest hits from his massive back catalogue. Tickets from €60.45 including booking fee.

Saturday July 28th Gavin James will headline The Summer Series. Gavin has had a whirlwind two years which saw him sell over 2 million singles worldwide, perform to over 3 million people and hit No.1 with his breakout single ‘Nervous’. Little Hours open the show. Tickets from €49.90 including booking fee.

Closing the series on Sunday July 29th is one of Ireland’s most celebrated female artists, Imelda May. Her most recent album ‘Tribal’ debuted at #1 in Ireland and #3 in the UK. Joining Imelda May are Keywest and rising stars Paradisia. Tickets from €49.90 including booking fee.

 

Madness

Madness will play 3Arena, Dublin on Saturday 28th July with very special guests The Lightning Seeds. Madness is a band that retains a strong sense of who it is and many of the same influences are still present in their sound – ska, reggae, Motown, rock’n’roll, rockabilly, classic pop, and the pin-sharp vernacular of their beloved London streets. Tickets from €48.90 including booking fee.

Flight of the Conchords

Flight of the Conchords will play their rescheduled shows at Dublin’s 3Arena on June 15th and 15th. Tickets from €70.50 including booking fee.

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