Mercury Prize nominated Rudimental will play the Olympia Theatre in Dublin on February 10th next. The British quartet, whose debut album 'Home' is among the twelve nominees for the prestigious award, have enjoyed a massively successful year having sold out a heaving Academy and played to over 40,000 at Tennent's Vital in Belfast.
Home features the UK#1 single 'Waiting All Night', as well as other chart-toppers 'Feel The Love' and 'Not Giving In'. Tickets to the show, which we expect will move like proverbial hotcakes, are on sale right now priced at €32.
As well as that, Dublin brothers Hudson Taylor have announced a string of Irish dates and chief of which is an appointment at The Academy in Dublin on Thursday 12th December. Times have been good for the band this year, having played to upwards of 200,000 people this calendar year and playing high profile support slots with the Rolling Stones and Jake Bugg.
Hudson Taylor will also take in dates in the Oh Yeah Centre in Belfast (10th Dec), the Pavillion in Cork (11th Dec) and the Roisin Dubh in Galway (13th December) after the release of their upcoming EP 'Osea' on 11th October.
Tickets for the Academy show are on sale now for €15.
And, in case you missed it earlier in the week, Kodaline will play their biggest Irish headline show to date in The O2 on March 16th with tickets on sale now priced at €30.