The Coronas will Find The Water at Docklands Festival

The Coronas headline Live at Docklands this Sunday June 2

CELEBRATING their Long Way Home Festival Tour, The Coronas have released a new single called ‘Find The Water’.
The uplifting song is celebration of self-improvement “both personally and on the band’s journey,” says singer Danny O’Reilly.
It is another confident statement from the stadium rockers who will release their sixth album in Spring 2020 produced by Rob Kirwan (U2, Depeche Mode, Hozier).

Limerick has had a long love affair with the band since they played their first gigs in the city Upstairs in Dolan’s before moving on to sell out nights in Dolan’s Warehouse and on again, playing the very first Live at the Big Top show in Limerick’s historic Milk Market in 2011. When it came to bringing live music to King John’s Castle in 2016, it was again The Coronas who were called upon to deliver a headline show with the songs and production to establish the castle as one of the country’s destination venues.

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Since the release of student anthem ‘San Diego Song’ in 2007, The Coronas have developed into one of Ireland’s biggest selling rock acts with five platinum selling albums to their name. Following the release of the chart-topping first major label album ‘The Long Way’ in 2014, the band embarked on sell out tours across Ireland, a sold out 3Arena and playing to 15,000 fans at the Royal Hospital Kilmainham. They jaunt across Europe and Australia earning a legion of loyal fans at home and abroad.

The Coronas headline Live at Docklands this Sunday June 2. Ryan McMullan, Thanks Brother and Josh Gray are also on the bill. Tickets from (061) 314483 and