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General News / November 13, 2019

Fontaines D.C. to play open air show in the Capital

General News / November 13, 2019

Fontaines D.C. to play open air show in the Capital

Fontaines are to play live in Iveagh Gardens next Summer.

It’s been nothing short of an incredible year for Fontaines D.C. Following the release of their debut album ‘Dogrel’ the Dublin Outfit were nominated for the Mercury Prize alongside other big names such as Little Simz, slowthai and Dave.

The exceptional reviews came in their numbers and they continued to sell out shows and play festivals this summer including a big performance at Glastonbury. They’ve featured on Jimmy Fallon in the states and now they have revealed a home town gig for next Summer.

The post-punk group will play Iveagh Gardens on Saturday 4 July 2020. Tickets will go on sale this Friday 15 November at 9am.

Book online at www.ticketmaster.ie