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Music / November 22, 2021

The Mary Wallopers add extra Vicar Street date

Music / November 22, 2021

The Mary Wallopers add extra Vicar Street date

Ask and you shall receive. Tickets for the additional show go on sale this Friday at nine.

Having already sold out shows on December 10 and 17, Dundalk folk trio The Mary Wallopers have added another date in Vicar Street on Saturday December 18.

It comes after the Dundalk group performed in the National Concert Hall as part of ‘Breaking The Silence’, an evening honouring the legacy of Ireland’s Mother and Baby Homes back in May.

Tickets are 25.00 euro (including booking fee) and go on sale Friday 26 November at 9.00.

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