The Gloaming announce 2019 National Concert Hall dates in Dublin

The Gloaming have just announced their 2019 residency at the National Concert Hall in Dublin, Ireland.

There will be seven shows between 4-11 March and the tickets will go on general sale on Friday 19 October at 10am local time.

To get tickets in advance of this general sale date, please sign-up to the band’s mailing list and receive access to a pre-sale link.

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Live Dates 2019 (so far)

22 Feb UTRECHT, NL TivoliVredenburg
26 Feb LONDON, UK Union Chapel
28 Feb LONDON, UK Union Chapel
02 Mar VERONA, IT Teatro Ristori
04 Mar DUBLIN, IE National Concert Hall
06 Mar DUBLIN, IE National Concert Hall
07 Mar DUBLIN, IE National Concert Hall
09 Mar DUBLIN, IE National Concert Hall
10 Mar DUBLIN, IE National Concert Hall
11 Mar DUBLIN, IE National Concert Hall
06 Apr NEW YORK, NY, US Carnegie Hall (Sold Out)
10 Apr DURHAM, NC, USA, Carolina Theatre
12 Apr LOS ANGELES, CA, USA, Theatre at the Ace Hotel
14 Apr SANTA BARBARA, CA, USA, Campbell Hall

The Gloaming 2019 residency at the National Concert Hall, Dublin

Featured release

  • Live at the NCH

    The Gloaming

    Released 02 March 2018

    Using the studio recordings only as points of departure, these performances —recorded at the venue which has become their home away from home— stretch out and roam in unexpected new directions, incorporating new tunes and rearranging old ones, filled with the excitement and delight of five master musicians coming together as one.

By Online Editor

Main image: The Gloaming at the National Concert Hall, March 2018. Photo credit: York Tillyer.

Published on Wed, 10 October 18

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