IRISH band Kodaline have announced they are set to perform in various locations across Ireland in their first tour since 2019, when they sold out two outdoor performances in St. Anne’s Park
It makes us so happy to announce a very special run of acoustic shows for later this year! This is something we have talked about for a long time. Tickets on sale this Friday at 9am from https://t.co/3Vvov9JTkW and all usual outlets. Hope to see you there VSMJ ❤️ pic.twitter.com/0wFbkQqqPH
— Kodaline (@Kodaline) June 8, 2021
The Dublin based quartet will be performing 9 gigs across Ireland in Limerick, Cork, Galway, Dublin, Derry, Mayo, Wexford and Killarney later on this year in what will be their first fully acoustic tour.
The band’s latest album ‘One Day at a Time’ was released in November of 2020 and has since been streamed over 60 million times and amassed over 100 million views on youtube. The tour will be the first opportunity the band has had to play live covers from their new album.
The Dublin band shot to fame after the success of their first album ‘In A Perfect World’ and went on to reach three no.1 albums in Ireland.
In a statement, the band said “We’re excited to do our first ever stripped down fully acoustic tour, it’s something we’ve wanted to do for a long time and something that’s gonna be very special for us. Hope to see you guys there.”
Tickets going on sale this Friday June 11th at 9am with tickets from €44.05.