Mr. teen sensation himself Justin Bieber is set to bring his My World Tour to Dublin, delighting thousands of fanatical tweens. The 16 year old will play two fully seated shows at The O2 on March 8th and 9th. Tickets priced €59.80 go on sale next Thursday November 25th at 9am.
Olly Murs is to visit Dublin & Belfast on his first ever solo tour. The X Factor singer will play two All Ages Shows at Vicar St on June 2nd and Waterfront Hall on June 3rd. Tickets priced €39.20 and £28.50-£30 respectively go on sale next Friday November 26th at 9am.
The Wombats have rescheduled their tour that was set to stop in Dublin & Belfast in January. The Liverpudlian band will instead play Spring and Airbrake on March 19th and The Academy on Sunday 20th (€20). Original tickets will be valid for the rescheduled shows but refunds are available from point of purchase for those unable to make the new dates. Tickets are on sale now.
Former cellist for Damien Rice, Vyvienne Long is set to launch her new single 'Bad Move' with a show at The Workman's Club on December 3rd. The single, taken from Vyvienne's delightful debut album 'Caterpillar Sarabande' will be released the same day on new Irish label Flaming June. Tickets are priced €16 or €18 or on the door.
Finally, having just released new solo album 'Water Off A Duck's Back', Kila frontman Ronan O Snodaigh has announced a date at the Button Factory for next week. He will play the venue on Wednesday November 24th. Tickets cost €15 and are available from City Discs/Sound Cellar and www.tickets.ie.