The Script have announced plans for a huge stadium concert next year as a thank you gesture to the country's healthcare staff.
Wanting to show their appreciation to frontline staff across the country, The Script will put on a free concert at the 3Arena next year - open to all HSE and NHS workers.
The band made the announcement on social media. Posting a video to their Instagram account, frontman Danny O'Donoghue can be heard saying:
"Hey this message is going to all nurses and doctors, anybody working for the HSE and the NHS up and down the length and breadth of the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland.
To show our appreciation at how hard you guys have been working over these past few weeks and will continue over the next few months, all we can do to say thank you is to put on a free concert and we're going to do this in the 3Arena next year."
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We're excited to be heading back to the @3arenadublin on February 9th 2021, for a free show available to HSE and NHS staff members in the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland 🤘🏻 Tickets will be available from 7pm on Tuesday, April 7th, max 2 per staff member. 💚💙 link in stories
Set for February 9th 2021, the concert is open to all frontline staff from healthcare workers to cleaners, ambulance staff and hospital kitchen porters.
Each worker can avail of two free tickets which will be made available this Tuesday, April 7th at 7pm. Staff will need to have their valid staff ID cards at the show as ticket checks will be in operation.