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Music / March 25, 2022

Gorillaz announce 3Arena show this summer

Music / March 25, 2022

Gorillaz announce 3Arena show this summer

Words: Dylan Murphy

Gorilaz have announced their first Irish performance since 2018.

Forget the metaverse, your favourite virtual friends are hitting the road with a huge show in the capital. Gorillaz, the brainchild of Damon Albarn and Jamie Hewlett head to the 3Arena in August for their first Irish show since 2018. Made up of 2D, bassist Murdoc Niccals, guitarist Noodle and drummer Russel Hobb, the group have been an ever present force since their 2001 eponymous album, winning GRAMMYs and BRIT awards in the process.

Amongst their array of accolades, the band are recognised by The Guinness Book Of World Records as the planet’s Most Successful Virtual Act.

Tickets for Gorillaz go on sale Friday April 1 at 9.00 via Ticketmaster.

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