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Music | Gig News: 27 January 2017

Little Hours.

Little Hours have announced a double header of shows at Smock Alley Theatre, Dublin, on Sunday, 2 April 2017.

They will perform two shows in one day, the first will be a matinee show at 2.30pm (+14s show – no alcohol served) and an evening show at 7.30pm (+18s show – alcohol is served, I.D required)

Tickets €15 for both shows, on sale now.

They will also tour beforehand at the following venues:

Friday 24 March – Cork – Cyprus Avenue

Saturday 25 March – Limerick – Dolan’s

Friday 31 March – Galway – Roisin Dubh

Saturday 1 April – Belfast – McHugh’s

Aine Cahill has announced a headline show at The Sugar Club, Thursday 20 April 2017.

A number of other dates have also been announced as part of tour:

Sunday 23 April – Cyprus Avenue, Cork

Sunday 23 April – Cyprus Avenue, Cork

Thursday 4 May – Spirit Store, Dundalk

Friday 5 May – The Loft, Galway

Saturday 6 May – Dolan’s (upstairs), Limerick

Sunday 7 May – Set Theatre, Kilkenny

Tickets will go on sale from Ticketmaster outlets, online at and at venue box offices.

Dirty Hit Records has announced the first Dirty Hit Tour. The label has become a regular name following the explosion of both Wolf Alice and The 1975.

Headlining the tour will be Superfood, London newcomers King Nun,  and Pale Waves.

The Dublin show will be an over  14s show and will take place at The Academy. Tickets €15 on sale now inclusive of booking fee.

LYRA  has announced a show at Bello Bar, Dublin, on 12 May. The first following sold out shows in Dublin and London since her EP release last July.

Tickets €13 inclusive of booking fee on sale now from the venue and online at

Dublin singer-songwriter Craig Gallagher kick’s off 2017 with a headline show in Whelan’s, Dublin, on 17 February.

Tickets on sale from WAV and Ticketmaster for €13 including fees.

Ride have announced a headline show at The Olympia Theatre, Dublin on 22 March 2017.

Tickets priced €34.50 inclusive of booking fee and restoration levy on sale now from Ticketmaster outlets and

Clutch have announced a show at The Academy, Dublin, on 15 June 2017.

Tickets €26 including fees on sale Wednesday from Ticketmaster.

Phil Collins has announced Blondie as special guests for his Aviva Stadium concert on 25 June as part of his hugely anticipated comeback tour Not Dead Yet.