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Music / November 23, 2021

Pillow Queens announce second Dublin show due to phenomenal demand

Music / November 23, 2021

Pillow Queens announce second Dublin show due to phenomenal demand

The Dublin alternative band have added a second date in their hometown on Sunday October 2nd after the news that their headline show on October 1st has sold out.

Pillow Queens will also be performing in Limerick, Cork and Belfast as part of their biggest tour to date.

Tickets for the added Vicar Street show will go on sale this Friday, 26th November at 10am, with prices starting at 25 euro. Tickets are available from here.

The tour follows the resounding success of their debut album ‘In Waiting’ which received a 5-star review from the Irish Times, calling it “An Emotional Masterpiece”. The band was also nominated for an RTÉ Choice Prize award for Irish Album of the Year.

The band made their US Late Night television debut on CBS’s The Late Late Show with James Corden in January and have been scheduled to play at several festivals next summer, including All Together Now.

Pillow Queens have recently signed with Toronto’s Royal Mountain Records and are currently writing their second album.