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Get the credit card warmed up, gather all your mates with laptops – because Ariana's tickets are going on sale SOON.

Ticketmaster Ireland and MCD productions have announced the all-important date when you can snap up those tickets.

You and your friends could be getting down and shaking your thang to hits like Thank U, Next and God is a Woman. 

So save Thursday, December 20 in the calendar and you can purchase tickets from 10 am.

If you want to see her, get ready to fork out €82 for a ticket.

The 25-year-old will be taking to the 3 arena stage on September 22, next year.


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The Sweetener World Tour, for now, will only be stopping in Ireland for one night only.

We imagine these will sell like hotcakes.

It would make a sweet early Christmas pressie though.


Post Malone played to an enraptured crowd at Longitude this year, as festival goers sang along to every word of his set. 

Now, the American rapper is taking his album Beerbongs & Bentleys on  a European tour, and it all begins in Dublin. 

The tour launches on Valentine’s Day, Thursday February 14, at the 3Arena.


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The Texas native has charted nine songs in the Top 20 of the Hot 100, gaining the accolade for 'the most songs in the Top 20 of the Hot 100.'

Tickets for his single Irish gig go on sale this coming Friday, October 12th. 

Tickets land online at 9am, so get those debit cards ready – as Post Malone is only performing for one night in the Irish capital, it is guaranteed to sell out in seconds. 

The rapper will also play across the UK, in Birmingham, Manchester and London, as well as in Germany, France and Holland. 


Great news for fan of The Coronas:

The Irish band have just announced that they will be playing a massive gig in the 3Arena, Dublin this summer. 

Happening on July 21 next year, the lads are already seriously excited. 

'We’re unbelievably excited to play 3Arena this July. It’s been over 3 years since we played there last and we’re already planning how we’re gonna make this show extra special for yis,' they said. 

'It will be our biggest show of the year and we cannot wait!'

Tickets from €42 including booking and facility fees go on sale Thursday 21 December at 9am.

We'll see you all in the online queue. 


Tickets for Ed Sheeran's two Dublin gigs as part of his worldwide Divided tour sold out in mere minutes. 

Thousands of despairing fans have taken to Twitter in the hours since the gig sold out to express their disappointment.

However all might not be lost, as Ed is being hotly tipped by the bookies to keep his Irish tour rolling.

BoyleSports are offering odds of 1/3 that the superstar will add one more appearance to his Dublin line up, according to the Irish Mirror.

The odds of him adding two extra dates is priced at 4/7. 

The potential additions to the tour make sense, as the singer is taking a three day break between his Dublin and Glasgow gigs, so perhaps Ed will add another date to satiate his Irish fans.

The singer-songwriter is also tipped to play Electric Picnic at  9/4 odds.

Fans camped out overnight to be in with a chance of purchasing the highly coveted tickets. 

While we're keeping our fingers crossed that Ed does decide to add another date, Ticketmaster tweeted back one dismayed fan that there will be "just the two dates" for the line up.

Here's to hoping they change their minds!


The entire country held it's breath as 10am approached, and hundreds of thousands of Ticketmaster tabs were opened in the hopes of getting tickets to the most hotly anticipated gig of the year.

You LOL-ed at the hardcore zealots queuing up in the rain over night for tickets, "sure have they no internet or something?" you thought.

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And now you are ticket-less, having joined the throng of thousands of online buyers who failed to get through to Ticketmaster before the gig sold out.

Tragedy has struck and you are still raging from the emotional roller coaster. 

1. Hope

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The stomach churning moments up to 10am have passed, and you are finally being held in the ticket queue. 

You haven't been this nervous since getting your Leaving Cert results, and though you say "I know I haven't a hope of getting them," you are secretly clinging to an intense, hopeful yearning.

It's like the lotto right? It could be you. 

2. False hope

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OH MY GOD you're through. 

Okay, time to choose your preferred seating and number of tickets. 

Fingers, toes, and everything else remains crossed.

3. Denial

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"Sorry, there are no tickets of this type available."

Cue manic laughter as you frantically refresh the page, change your preference to tiered seating and think "someone might have let their tickets go when they saw the bloody price, it's possible right? Right?"

4. Despair

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"Why have you forsaken me cruel world?"

"What have I done to deserve this cosmic ridicule? Am I not a good and kind person, a contributing member of society who deserves to see Ed live?"

5. Anger

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At this point you've Snapchatted your friends, who are possibly still stuck in the despair tier of emotion, a picture of the sold out gig on Ticketmaster and you are RAGING.

"Why didn't I queue up in the lashing rain at 2am like I told myself I should have?"

6. Anger at Ed

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Like, hello Ed Sheeran? 

You know you are beloved in Ireland and you teased us mercilessly since your return with your Irish-themed album.

There's even a song called Galway Girl for crying out loud, you should have know that you would have sold out a full week of gigs never mind two poxy nights in the 3 Arena. 

7. Acceptance

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Even though we all know you're lying you yourself and everyone else, saying that you don't care that you didn't get tickets to the gig of the year can help soften the sting.

And you'll see it all on Snapchat, right? 


It was an early start for many Ed Sheeran fans this morning, who peeled themselves out of bed at all hours to be in with a chance of grabbing some coveted tickets to the star's hotly anticipated gig.

For some, the journey actually began yesterday afternoon, as some fans started queuing almost 24 hours in advance.

Queues in Dublin at St Stephen's Green shopping centre stretched down the block, as hopeful ticket buyers huddled under blankets and umbrellas against the cold and rain.

Massive queues have been forming all over the country, after the red-haired singer  announced two dates in the 3 Arena this April. 

Take this as your public service announcement, the tickets for the destined to sell out gig go on sale at 10am, so if you aren't queuing outside, get those tabs open.

Having multiple devices on the go at once is also a good way to increase your chances of getting through to the site.

Also, make sure you already have a Ticketmaster account and are signed into it, so as soon as you can "view tickets" you can be brought straight through to selection and payment options. 

May the odds be ever in your favour. 


As Ariana Grande questions her decision to join Ellen for Halloween, her Irish fans are celebrating their inclusion in her upcoming European tour.

This morning, the Side To Side singer took to Twitter to reveal when and where she’ll be gigging in Europe next year and, much to her fans’ delight, Ireland made the cut.

As part of the 18 city tour, the former Disney star will play Dublin’s 3 Arena on May 20 2017.

While ticket sale information has yet to be announced, the star’s Irish fans are already sharing their excitement online.

Twitter has been flooded with comments like: “@ArianaGrande is coming to Dublin.. I’m having an anxiety attack.. DYING!!!”  And: “BEST MORNING OF MY LIFE…woke up to @ArianaGrande announcing a Dublin Gig.  FML IM DYING BYEEEE SEE YOU THE 20th of May girly #OBSESSED (sic).”




With so much enthusiasm at the mere mention of a Dublin gig, we think Ariana is in for a treat!


This morning it was reported that pop princess Selena Gomez will be taking a much needed career break in a bid to improve her physical and mental health.

And now, sadly, the news has broken that the Kill Em With Kindness singer will not be performing in Dublin this November as previously planned.

According to Entertainment.ie, it has been confirmed that Selena’s time off will coincide with the European leg of her Revival World Tour, which means her November 8 show in Dublin’s 3Arena will not take place.

Those with tickets can obtain their refunds at the relevant point of purchase.



The time has come, ladies!

Jess Glynne has just announced that she's set to play Dublin's 3Arena this year, and we are absolutely pumped.

The 26-year-old singer, whose album I Laugh When I Cry became the biggest selling debut of the year, will take to the Irish stage on November 22nd.

Tickets for the highly-anticipated gig will go on sale through Ticketmaster on Friday June 17 at 9am.

At just €40.50 a pop, we are so there! (We hope!)



We hate to be the ones to ruin your fun but Kelly Clarkson fans are in for some bad news.

The singer has been forced to cancel her remaining tour dates, including her performances at Dublin’s 3 Arena.

Under doctor’s orders the singer has had to cut her tour short. The Piece by Piece tour also had remaining dates in Canada and six concerts in the UK scheduled for November.

She had previously had to cancel six American dates due to illness. Doctors appear to have adivised her again that she should not continue her tour.

The 33-year old announced to crowds in LA this summer that she was pregnant with her second child. After the birth of her first daughter River, who is now one, she’s been outspoken about how difficult her pregnancy was:

"I had the worst pregnancy ever but I love her so much I want another one in, like, two years.”

She took to Facebook to announce that her doctors are ordering she be put on vocal rest and not bring her tour any further:

"I am truly sorry that I have to cancel the remainder of my tour dates. I was looking forward to sharing this tour with all my amazing fans in Canada and the U.K. Unfortunately my doctor is telling me I have to stay on vocal rest, but I am working hard to get better as fast as possible."

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