In case you missed it here’s a quick round-up of all the gigs announced in Dublin today.

Harry Styles

Harry Styles has announced a 2020 world tour, ‘Love On Tour,’ in support of his upcoming album Fine Line. The extensive run of shows will begin in April in the UK & Ireland and will travel across Europe and North America before concluding in Mexico in October.

For the UK and Ireland tour dates only, fans who pre-order Fine Line in any format in the official Harry Styles UK online store by 5pm GMT on November 17 will get priority access to ‘Love On Tour’ tickets.

Tickets will go on sale to the general public for all dates on Friday, November 22. One dollar per ticket will be allocated to various local charities. The highly-anticipated new album Fine Line will arrive December 13, 2019. Fine Line is available for pre-order now on CD, vinyl and via a special edition album that includes a 32-page book with exclusive behind the scenes photos from the recording process.

Harry Styles at the 3Arena, Dublin on April 18th 2020 with support from King Princess. Tickets priced from €60.64 on sale Friday November 22nd at 10AM from Ticketmaster.

Martin Hayes and the Common Ground Ensemble

Martin Hayes is set to bring his latest project the Common Ground Ensemble to The National Concert Hall for what promises to be an exceptional experience.

Although rooted in Irish traditional music the ensemble possesses a wealth of talent spanning improvisation, arrangement, jazz, avant-garde and cutting edge contemporary classical.

Even though there’ll be plenty of space for people to develop their own parts, the larger picture will be driven by my vision for the music. We’ll be seeing what the tune wants to say and seeing how the band can support that. With years of performing I have a sense of what brings me the deepest joy and what gets to the heart of the music” says Hayes.

Martin Hayes and the Common Ground Ensemble at The National Concert Hall on Saturday 14 / Sunday 15 March 2020. Tickets €36, €32.50 & €27.50. On Sale 15 November 2019 at 10am

Leif Vollebekk

Montreal’s Leif Vollebekk is set to bring his new album ‘New Ways’ to Dublin for an intimate show in The Sound House next May.  Whereas Polaris Prize finalist ‘Twin Solitude’ was about self-reflection, New Ways is about engaging and changing, touching and being touched. It’s a physical record, with louder and tighter grooves, and the rawest lyrics the musician has ever recorded.

Leif Vollebekk live at The Sound House, 2nd May 2020. Tickets €13 on sale this Friday 15th November at 10AM.


New York trio Bambara will bring their high octane brand of driving rock to The Sound House next May. Influential British 6Music DJ Steve Lamacq, dubbed them the best band of 2019’s SXSW, and Joe Talbot of the UK band IDLES said, “The best thing I heard last year was easily Bambara and their album Shadow On Everything.”

Bambara at The Sound House on Saturday, May 9th, 2020. Tickets from €15 incl booking fee on sale Friday November 15th at 10am.

State Lights

Fresh from their debut London headline show at the Islington this week, State Lights follow will return to Dublin for their biggest headline show to dateat The Button Factory In Dublin having recently sold-out Whelan’s main room.

State Lights at The Button Factory on Saturday, April 25th 2020. Tickets from €15.95 incl booking fee on sale Friday November 15th at 10am.

Maliibu Miitch

Brooke Candy and Charli XCX collaborator Maliibu Miitch is set to bring her Bronx wit brand of rap to Academy 2 in January.

Maliibu Miitch at Academy 2 on Thursday, Jan 30th 2020. Tickets from €17.50 incl booking fee on sale now.