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Music | Gig News: 10 February 2017

The Undertones.

Dublin guitar band Gypsies on the Autobahn are set to release their debut album, “Born Brief”, on 24 February 2017.

Playing live tracks from the album, the instore is free and copies of the album will be on sale.

Eoin Glackin has announced a show at The Workman’s Club, Dublin on Saturday, 8 April 2017.

Eoin will perform this new material with his full band, along with songs from his previous releases.

Tickets €10 from on sale today.

Dreadzone have announced a show at The Academy Green Room, on 23 Friday June 2017

Tickets €22.50 including booking fee on sale today at 10am

EXIT Festival has released a second wave of acts set to perform at this year’s event, including Rag’n’Bone Man, Dixon, Solomun, RÜFÜS and more. Just a short ride away from the Serbian capital Belgrade, this years festival will welcome Liam Gallagher, Hardwell, Paul Kalkbrenner, Alan Walker, Duke Dumont, Foreign Beggers, Black Coffee, Hot Since 82, Jake Bugg, Jamie Jones, Kungs, Robin Schulz and more.

Exit Festival takes place from 6-9 July 2017. 4-day tickets from £79 available at

The Undertones have announced a show at The Academy, Dublin, on Saturday 2 December 2017.

Tickets from €25 includes booking fee on sale at 10am.

The Cranberries have announced a headline show at Bord Gais Energy Theatre.

This promises to be a very special show with the band performing all their greatest hits acoustically with accompaniment from a string quartet.

Tickets for Dublin are priced from €49.65 on sale from and outlets Nationwide

Colours of Ostrava Festival, held July 19–22, 2017 in the Czech Republic, have released an updated list of headliners for the year 2017: Jamiroquai, Imagine Dragons, Norah Jones, alt-J, Birdy, Moderat, LP, Laura Mvula, Benjamin Clementine, UNKLE, Booka Shade, Nouvelle Vague, Afro Celt Sound System, and many more.

Tickets and festival information are all available from

Due to public demand, Kings Of Leon have added a second Dublin date at 3Arena on Sunday 2 July. Tickets are on sale now

Tickets for Saturday 1 July are sold out.

Paul Dempsey (Something for Kate) has announced a show at The Grand Social, Dublin on Friday 31 March 2017.

Tickets €33.50 including booking fee on sale Friday 10 February at 9am from Ticketmaster

To co-incide with the launch of her second solo album,Attic Mornings, Sligo-based folk musician Claudia Schwab is setting out on a nationwide tour, supported by the Arts Council,

Taking place at venues Belfast, Dublin, Cork, Clonakilty, and Sligo from Tuesday 14 – Saturday 18 February, Claudia will be joined by Stefan Hedborg (SE), Marti Tärn (EST), and Hannah James (UK).