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General News / May 11, 2017

The National are set to perform three gigs in Ireland this summer

General News / May 11, 2017

The National are set to perform three gigs in Ireland this summer

On top of announcing their latest album, Sleep Well Beast, The National have announced a world tour, including a trio of Irish gigs in September.

 

The first gig will take place on September 16th in Cork Opera House as part of Sounds From A Safe Harbour, a festival curated by Aaron Dessner of the band. The National is the only act announced so far for the festival.

Following this, the band will play a pair of Dublin gigs in Vicar Street on September 17th and 18th. You can pick up tickets on AmericanMary.com on Monday May 15th at 10am, but make sure to register on the site beforehand.

 

Listen to the first taste of the new album, ‘The System Only Dreams in Total Darkness’ below.