The Cranberries and late singer Dolores O'Riordan are being honoured at an event in Limerick city.
Next Thursday, April 25th is a night for fans of The Cranberries. Limerick's most well-known band will be getting a special evening dedicated to them ahead of their final album.
'In The End' will be the band's eighth and final album, which will be released on Friday April 26th. The album is a collection of songs the late Limerick legend Dolores O’Riordan worked on prior to her passing last January.
In honour of the new release, fans can head to Dolan's venue in Limerick city to hear the new album before its ofﬁcial release with a panel discussion from some very special guests. Numbers for the night are limited, and fans can gain access to the event by pre-ordering the album from the Steamboat website to guarantee entrance.
On the night, you can expect a wealth of great Cranberries tunes, and a panel discussion on the bands history and impact this band from Limerick city has had on the music industry.
Niall Colgan, a close friend of the band will MC the event. The discussion will feature Deci Hogan (The Cranberries Stage Manager), Eoin Devereaux (historian and writer of liner notes on previous Cranberries albums), and Orla Colgan (Dolores O’Riordan’s secondary school music teacher).