5 gigs to get tickets to this weekend

By Fiona Frawley

November 4, 2021 at 9:44am

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The return of live music is well underway and we couldn't be more elated.

Live gigs are back with a bang, and every week there's a rake of juicy concert announcements to rush to get tickets to. Want to keep up to date with what's on, and always know what morning you'll need to set your alarm on to get tickets to your fave band? We've got you covered. Here's a list of iconic gigs with tickets going on sale this week.

Westlife

Well gals, they're back again. Tickets for Westlife's Wild Dreams tour go on sale this Friday (5th), and we've no doubt they'll absolutely fly out. Without wings, at that.

Eagles

Calling all dad rockers. To celebrate 50 years in the biz Eagles are going on a world tour, with a Dublin date in the Aviva in June 2022. Tickets go on sale next Thursday, 11th Nov.

Years & Years

Already making plans for Pride 2022? So are Mother, and they've just announced a very special opening night at the National Museum of Ireland, headlined by Years & Years. Tickets go on sale this Friday (5th) at 9am, and we can't see them sticking around for long.

 

Wild Roots Festival

This is a biggie guys, and our first official taste of festival season 2022. We covered this event in more detail HERE and as you'd imagine, tickets are flying out. Quickly nab yours on the Wild Roots WEBSITE.

Kodaline

The Dublin foursome are about to embark on their countrywide acoustic tour, with special guests Wyvern Lingo opening the show. Many nights are sold out as it stands, but you can nab the last remaining tickets HERE.

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