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Music / January 8, 2021

Sleaford Mods to play the Olympia Theatre this November

Music / January 8, 2021

Sleaford Mods to play the Olympia Theatre this November

Words: Dylan Murphy

The gig will follow the release of their forthcoming album.

Nottingham duo Sleaford Mods have revealed a live date for The Olympia Theatre in Dublin this year.

Ahead of the release of their sixth album Spare Ribs, the pair have announced they’ll land in the capital to perform on November 21 2021.

Polemical frontman Jason Williamson and dexterous producer Andrew Fearn have joined forces once again to hit back at the UK government. Their latest album enlists help from Amy Taylor of Melbourne punks Amyl and The Sniffers and the British newcomer Billy Nomates.

Sleaford Mods’ new album ‘Spare Ribs’ is released Friday 15th January.

Tickets €29 including booking and restoration fees go on sale Friday 15 January at 10.00.