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General News / December 9, 2019

Brockhampton announce 2020 dates in Belfast and Dublin

General News / December 9, 2019

Brockhampton announce 2020 dates in Belfast and Dublin

America’s number one boyband are doing 2 shows in Ireland in 2020.

There’s no harder working group than Brockhampton. Having met online in a Kanye West forum, It’s hard to keep track of how many members are in the group and they’ve released 5 albums in 2 years. They embody what it means to modern artists and have been relentlessly touring since emerging through the success of their Saturation series.

Following the success of their album ‘Ginger’ and US tour with slowthai they’ve announced a European tour including two Irish dates.

They play Olympia Theatre, Dublin 25 May and Ulster Hall, Belfast 26 May.

Tickets go on sale Thursday 12 Dec at 10am from Ticketmaster Ireland.

Photo: NME