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General News / September 25, 2018

Fontaines D.C. announce headline Dublin show

General News / September 25, 2018

Fontaines D.C. announce headline Dublin show

After a big year for the Dublin band, they’re sending 2018 off with a bang.

 

Over the last 12 months or so Fontaines D.C. have been on the road playing dozens of shows around Europe and perhaps most excitingly, they recently signed to Partisan Records, home to Idles, John Grant, Cigarettes After Sex, Black Angels and many more.

They have a whopping 40 more shows to play, including a support tour with Shame and two sold-out headline shows in Manchester and London, but the crescendo will happen back in their hometown.

The band will play Button Factory on Friday December 21, with tickets on sale this Friday from Eventbrite for €15. Support on the night comes from Just Mustard.