After two postponements, The Killers will finally bring their 'Imploding the Mirage' tour to Dublin's Malahide Castle this week.
Brandon Flowers and his bandmates will play two nights at the north Dublin venue on Tuesday June 14th and Wednesday June 15th.
Read on for all you need to know about how to get there and what time to arrive, etc.
FIRST THINGS FIRST - CAN I STILL BUY TICKETS?
Nope - both nights are sold out.
WHERE ARE THE GIGS ON?
They're in the grounds of the beautiful Malahide Castle in North County Dublin.
HOW DO I GET THERE?
If you're taking public transport, the DART is the handiest way. The Malahide station is a 15-minute walk from the concert site. Note that pedestrians will only be able to use the entrance via Hogan's Gate (the side that the DART station is on), and not any other entrance.
You could also get the bus - routes that serve Malahide include the 42 from Talbot Street.
There will also be a direct bus service operated by Marathon Coaches from Custom House Quay to Malahide Castle, every half-hour from 3pm to 6pm. You can pre-book tickets here. Buses will start returning after the concert from 10.30pm, with the last departure from Malahide at 11.30pm.
If you're travelling by car, Fingal County Council will be providing car parking via the Back Road. This is €20 on the day, or pre-book early bird tickets here for €16. [UPDATE 15/6: CAR PARKING IS NOW SOLD OUT.]
WHAT'S THE WEATHER GOING TO BE LIKE?
According to Yr.no, it's going to be cloudy but warm on both days, with temps of 17 - 19 degrees; Wednesday evening might even bring some sunshine. But no rain is forecast, at least - hurray!
WHAT TIME DO GATES OPEN?
Gates open at 5pm and the show starts at 6pm.
WHAT TIME ARE THE KILLERS ON STAGE?
Support on both nights comes from The Academic and Blossoms; Sam Fender pulled out of his support slot due to 'scheduling issues'.
5pm: Gates open
6.15pm: The Academic
9pm: The Killers
WHAT SETLIST HAVE THE KILLERS BEEN PLAYING LATELY?
If you like to be surprised by setlists, scroll past this section.... now!
Here's what they played in Manchester a few nights ago.
- My Own Soul's Warning
- When You Were Young
- Jenny Was a Friend of Mine
- Smile Like You Mean It
- Shot at the Night
- Running Towards a Place
- Human (Electro Version)
- Somebody Told Me
- Fire in Bon
- Shadowplay (Joy Division cover)
- In the Car Outside
- For Reasons Unknown
- A Dustland Fairytale
- The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face (Ewan MacColl & Peggy Seeger cover)
- Read My Mind
- Dying Breed
- All These Things That I've Done
- Mr. Brightside
WHAT ELSE DO I NEED TO KNOW?
No unaccompanied under-16s are allowed on site.
If you're collecting tickets, the box office is opposite the arena entrance.
No alcohol or drugs are permitted to be brought into the venue, with the exception of sealed water and soft drinks in sealed plastic bottles up to 500ml. You can also bring empty plastic bottles as drinking water will be available on site.
No backpacks or bags bigger than A4 size are allowed. No chairs, umbrellas, selfie sticks, fireworks and all the usual are permitted on site, either.