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Superstar P!NK has announced that she will play her first Irish show in six years next summer.

The Just Like A Pill singer will bring her Beautiful Trauma World Tour to Dublin's RDS Arena on June 18th 2019.

Tickets for the show, which will surely be as awe-worthy as her previous concerts on Irish soil – this is to be her first live show here since 2013 – will go on sale from Ticketmaster from next week; on October 23 at 9am, priced from €69.50, including booking fee.

She will be joined by special guests Vance Joy, KidCutUp and Bang Bang Romeo on the night. 

P!NK’s Beautiful Trauma World Tour, kicked off in Phoenix, USA in March this year, and has already seen the singer thrill crowds across America. Her concerts showcase the best of P!NK as a supreme vocalist (she sounds better live than on CD) and physical performer; she is renowned for her incredible acrobatics throughout each show.   

Thank you Sydney, the last two nights have been magical. The last 3 or so months have been both amazing & challenging for my family and I, but I remain forever grateful for the time we’ve had together in your beautiful country & for the years of friendship and memories. 42 shows!!

She also recently wrapped her Australia and New Zealand leg of the tour, which with its 42 shows wasn't without its tougher moments; the entertainer had to cancel and then reschedule some shows due to trying to maintain her health and take care of her family on the road, but thankfully, she seems to be in the whole of her health as she gets ready to embark on her European tour.  



Aiken Promotions are once again warning customers not to buy tickets from any secondary sellers.

The fresh concerns come after some 60 people were turned away from the ZZ Top and Brian Wilson concerts in Dublin last week.

The concert promoters say the tickets were purchased on secondary sites and as a result, the disappointed fans were not able to gain access to the venues.

"Unfortunately it is NOT likely these people will get the money they paid refunded" said Peter Aiken.

"As a promoter, it is extremely frustrating to see people being exploited like this and I would like to emphasise once again that fans should not purchase tickets from any secondary sellers."



Ryanair have really beefed up their management team in the past few months and now the airline plan to sell hotel rooms, concert tickets and airport security fast passes in order to grow the company's revenue.

Greg O'Gorman has been headhunted to join Ryanair from Easyjet and will help in the growth of ancillary (or non-flight ticket) revenues at the airline.

Last week, Ryanair boss, Michael O'Leary, said he plans to double the annual profits of the airline to over €2bn in the next six years by expanding it's services. 

"We now have an opportunity with the new website to build Ryanair.com not just as the airline's website but as a kind of Amazon for travel in Europe."

"All the services will be available on Ryanair.com – hotels, TripAdvisor… We have the scale to do it."

Ancillary revenues are inclined to remain at about 20 to 25pc of the airline's total revenues but are likely to make a far larger contribution towards its profitability in the future.



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Grammy nominated band The Fray will play a headline show in The Olympia Theatre on the 23rd of September. Tickets priced at €30 go on sale this Friday at 9am from Ticketmaster.

The band achieved immediate success with their first single, Over My Head (Cable Car), which became a top ten hit in America and the release of their second single, How to Save a Life, brought them worldwide fame.

The band, who are promoting their new album, Helios, are well-known for their evocative live shows. If you’d like to see their amazing performance firsthand, we have just the competition for you!

To win a pair tickets to their Dublin show, simply pop over to our Facebook page – good luck!