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General News / July 15, 2019

Mac DeMarco confirms Irish return in 2019

General News / July 15, 2019

Mac DeMarco confirms Irish return in 2019

The smell of cigarettes from Iveagh Gardens are still lingering in our nostrils, but we’ve got some Mac news.

 

Last night Mac DeMarco walked out stage to the Godfather theme song in front of a sold out crowd in Dublin. Under the sun at Iveagh Gardens, the Canadian indie behemoth proved once again that the Irish crowd adore him.

He’s now announced that he’s not done with 2019, confirming a date in Vicar Street on November 25. Tickets €30 on sale July 19.

His latest album ‘Here Comes The Cowboy’ came out in May, the follow-up to 2017’s ‘This Old Dog’.

“This one is my cowboy record,” he said at the time. “Cowboy is a term of endearment to me, I use it often when referring to people in my life. Where I grew up there are many people that sincerely wear cowboy hats and do cowboy activities. These aren’t the people I’m referring to.”