Dot writes: what do Weird Al Yankovic and The Proclaimers have in common? Well, they’re all male and came to prominence in the ’80s, they’ve played Vicar Street in Dublin in the last couple of months (Weird Al on 6th October, The Proclaimers on 20th November), and Ken and I went to see them. 672 more words
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Dublin Noise-Rock quartet Girl Band have announced a host of live dates for the new year, including their biggest Irish show to date in Vicar Street on April 1st (We really hope this isn’t an elaborate prank). 230 more words
Noise-rock group Girl Band have announced their biggest headline show so far with a live date at Vicar Street on April 1st.
The Dublin-based group will play the venue as part of a forthcoming tour in support of their seminal debut album Holding Hands With Jamie (read TLMT’s full review… 115 more words
The Jerry Fish Electric Sideshow is set to take over Vicar Street in Dublin this holiday season with a headline gig on December 5th.
Irish indie music legend and ringmaster of the Electric Sideshow, Jerry Fish, has confirmed he will bring his all encompassing live show to the Dublin venue this December promising the acclaimed party atmosphere the sideshow is known for. 72 more words
Jape has announced a forthcoming headline show in Vicar Street this holiday season, with the artist set to play on Saturday, December 12th.
Jape (a.k.a. Richie Egan) will appear at the Dublin venue this winter as he continues to tour his brilliant new album… 89 more words
Indie acid-house legends Happy Mondays have announced an extra second date in Vicar Street, Dublin on December 11th.
Following the huge demand for their first show in Vicar Street on December 10th, Happy Mondays will now also play the 11th at Dublin venue, as they celebrate the 25th anniversary of their landmark album… 131 more words