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General News / November 18, 2019

The Chemical Brothers to make Irish return in Cork

General News / November 18, 2019

The Chemical Brothers to make Irish return in Cork

Legendary electronic duo are coming back to Ireland.

The Chemical Brothers have announced their Irish return with an open-air show at Irish Independent Park, Cork on June 30th 2020 with very special guests KETTAMA and James Holroyd.

Having grown from underground heroes to headlining some of the biggest festivals in the world, The Chemical Brothers have changed the face of electronic music in the live arena.

Their most recent album ‘ Born In the Echoes’ became their sixth consecutive number one album, demonstrating they show no signs of slowing down any time soon.

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Tickets €49.90 inclusive go on sale at 9am this Friday, November 22 via Ticketmaster.