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Music | Gig News: 1 March 2018

Áine Cahill has announced a show at Smock Alley Theatre in Dublin on 20 April.

Gorillaz have confirmed that De La SoulLittle Simz and Hypnotic Brass Ensemble will join the line-up at their Irish show at Malahide Castle on 9 June.

Eve Belle has announced she will be performing Project Arts Centre gig on Friday, 13th April. Tickets €10 will go on sale Thursday, 1 March at 10am.

Xavier Rudd has announced a show at The Academy, Dublin, on Tuesday 11 September 2018.

Tickets €25 Inc. booking fee are on sale from Ticketmaster.

All Together Now, Ireland’s newest music and arts festival, has opened ticket sales for its premiere instalment this August Bank Holiday Weekend.

The first two tiers of tickets have sold out with the final two tiers remaining. General Camping tickets are priced as follows;- Tier 1 – Sold Out / Tier 2 – Sold Out / Tier 3 – €169.50 / Tier 4 – €179.50

Family Weekend tickets – Tier 1 – Sold Out /  Tier 2 – €159.50 / Tier 3 – €169.50 / Tier 4 – €179.50

All other tickets and instalments available from their website and Ticketmaster.

Galway singer Ultan Conlon will pay a headline Dublin concert at Whelan’s on Saturday 28 April to launch his new album of songs ‘Last Days of The Night Owl’.

Tickets priced €15 from including booking fee.

Billy Talent will play The Academy, Dublin on 21 August 2018.

Tickets €30 are on sale from Ticketmaster and usual outlets from Friday at 9am.

Áine Cahill has announced a show at Smock Alley Theatre in Dublin on 20 April.

Tickets priced €22 including booking fee on sale now from Ticketmaster and usual outlets.

Blackberry Smoke will play the National Stadium Dublin on 7 November 2018.

Tickets priced €28.90 including booking fee.

The Workman’s Club presents Ian Prowse (Pele/Amsterdam) plus special guest Nasher (Frankie Goes To Hollywood) on 10 Saturday November in The Vintage Room.

Tickets priced €10 from Ticketmaster and usual outlets.

Following her sold-out Olympia Theatre show last November, Camille O’Sullivan returns to the Dublin this year with her brand-new show Where Are We Now? at the same venue on 24 November 2018.

Tickets on sale tomorrow from Ticketmaster and usual outlets priced from €29.

The Workman’s Club and Bison Bar in Dublin are hosting a St. Patrick’s Day fest of their own this year. Expect live sets from Thumper, Other Creatures, Slow Riot, Oh Boland, Montauk Hotel, Silverbacks, The Swedish Railway Orchestra, Inhaler, Joey Gavin, The Murder Capital, Fields, Spongebob Eyelashes, Vllns, plus a load of DJ sets.

Admission is free too, neat!