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Ladies, listen up!

We're so lucky because Britney Spears is bringing her 'Britney: Piece of Me' exclusive limited tour to Ireland. The pop icon will be gracing us with her presence on August 20 this year.

This is the first and only time 'Britney: Piece of Me' will be showing in Dublin, so don't miss out.


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The show has rocked the Las Vegas stage since December 2013, and we cannot WAIT for it to be in 3Arena. Fans and critics alike have raved about 'Britney: Piece of Me', and even celebs from Beyoncé to Steven Tyler have attended.

The singer's headlining residency in Vegas with 'Britney: Piece of Me' has generated over $140 million gross revenue and sold nearly 1 million tickets.


Back on stage tonight! See ya soon!!!! 

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This tour, covering the American East Coast and Europe, is the last time anyone will see the show. So get those tickets while you can!

Tickets go on sale Saturday, January 27 at 9am and can be found here.


Stop everything and prepare yourself for the ultimate nineties throwback, because one of the decades most iconic music groups is coming to Irish shores.

Iconic girl group En Vogue have just announced not one, but two Irish tour dates for 2018.

Best known for their hits Don't Let Go and Free Your Mind, the r'n'b trio will take to the stage at Belfast's Mandela Hall on Sunday April 1, followed by a performance at Vicar Street in Dublin on Monday, April 2.

Tickets from €45.00 go on sale this Friday at 10am via Ticketmaster.

See you there!


Singer-songwriter Stephanie Rainey is quickly making a name for herself as one of Ireland's most talented performers.

Following a hugely successful few years, the Cork native has announced an intimate Irish show The Sugar Club on Wednesday February 28.

After years of trying to break into the music industry, Stephanie struck gold when a song she uploaded to Facebook raked in over one million views in just 24 hours.

Inspired by the loss of her one-year-old nephew, Please Don't Go struck a chord with music fans across the globe and offers from record companies in the US and UK began to pour in.

Shocked by her viral success story, Stephanie explained: “I had absolutely no idea of the impact that one song and that one video we made would have.”

Tickets are priced at €16.35 and are available now from Ticketmaster.


So, while our 2018 gig schedules may already be overflowing with incredible artists from around the world, we're pretty sure we can squeeze in one last show.

Kodaline have just announced a headline show at Dublin's Malahide Castle on Friday, June 8, 2018.

The announcement comes ahead of of the band's highly anticipated third album which is due for release in 2018.

Next summer's Malahide Castle line-up is better than ever with performances from LCD Soundsystem on June 5 and Liam Gallagher on June 15.

Tickets from €49.00 go on sale this Friday, December 15 at 9am.

See you there!


A teenager in the UK was found guilty of plotting an unexecuted act of terrorism at a Justin Bieber concert a number of months ago.

The plot came just one month after the devastating Manchester attack, which killed 22 people and injured many more.

The Welsh 17-year-old, who cannot be named as he is a minor, faced the court this week and was found guilty of 'planning to drive a car into a crowd of people in Cardiff in a Daesh-inspired terror attack.'

He also planned to execute attacks on Cardiff Castle, the Capitol Shopping Centre, and the Justin Bieber concert on June 30. 

Police also found a hammer,knife and 'martyrdom letter' on searching his home.

In the note, the teen described himself as  'a soldier of the Islamic State,' according to The Guardian.

In court, he denied the charges and told the judge: 

'I wanted to see how easy it was for people who had an interest in terrorism to go online and get information because the police and the government are trying to crack down on terrorism and radicalization,' The Guardian reports

'I wanted to see if it was possible, not for me but from someone else's point of view.'


Bruno Mars has just announced six European tour dates for 2018.

The Grammy Award-winner will take to the stage at Dublin's Marlay Park on July 12, 2018.

Bruno will perform exclusive series of shows in Spain, France, Germany, Scotland next summer, before finishing off in the Irish capital.

The Irish Independent previously described the singer at “the greatest showman in pop” and guaranteed crowds would be “singing all the way home.”

Currently, Mars is on the South American leg of his sold out 24K Magic World Tour, produced by Live Nation.

Reviewers of the tour have called the hitmaker a “master of his craft and consummate performer” (Washington Post), and his showmanship “remarkable”

Tickets from €79.50 including booking fee go on sale this Monday, December 4 at 9am


X Factor fans rejoice! 

Fans of the talent show will get the chance to see their favourite acts from this year's competition perform on stage when the live tour returns to Dublin and Belfast next year.

The live show will feature the show's six semi-final acts along with a seventh wildcard act that will be decided by a public online vote. 

The acts already confirmed for the tour are Rak-Su, Grace Davies, Kevin Davy White, Lloyd Macey, The Cutkelvins and Matt Linnen.

Irish brothers Sean and Conor Price narrowly  missed out on their spot in the tour when they were voted off last Saturday. 

The X Factor Live Tour will kick off at the SSE Arena in Belfast on Friday February 16 before travelling to Dublin on Saturday February 17, 2018, and on to a number of cities in the UK. 

Tickets for the tour are now available via usual Ticketmaster outlets nationwide and online. 


Following the phenomenal success of his solo album Flicker, Niall Horan has added an extra Irish date to his 2018 world tour.

Adding to the two dates scheduled for Dublin's 3Arena, Niall will now perform at INEC, Killarney on Saturday, March 10, 2018.

Dublin band Wild Youth will provide support on the night.

Niall’s debut album Flicker was released in October and went number one in over 60 countries.

The 24-year-old has also been honoured with numerous awards in 2017, including People’s Choice, Teen Choice, Radio Disney Music and most recently he was named Best New Artist at the American Music Awards.

Tickets from €49.50 on sale this Friday at 9.00am via Ticketmaster.


Listen up!

Wiley has just announced an Irish date for 2018.

The UK grime artist will take to the stage at Dublin's Olympia Theatre on February 20, 2018.

Often referred to as the Godfather of the genre, Wiley's consistent work rate has grown him a huge and varied back catalogue for fans to enjoy.

The announcement comes ahead of his new album, Godfather 2, which is due to be released next early next year.

Tickets from €26 are on sale from usual outlets this Friday, November 17 at 10am.


As the festive season fast approaches, it's time to reignite our love for the 'King of Cool' himself, Michael Bublé.

And what better way to reacquaint yourself with the Canadian crooner than a fully seated concert at Dublin's Croke Park?

That's right, the multi-Grammy award winner has just announced he will perform at the iconic venue on Saturday, July 7, 2017.

This will be his first performance on Irish shores in five years and his only Irish date of 2018.

Speaking about the announcement, Michael said: “I can’t wait to come over to see my fans in Dublin and play Croke Park for my largest ever Irish show! "

"You guys have been patient and I can't thank you enough for all your support. And for those of you that haven’t seen me live, well… I just haven’t met you yet!”

Tickets from €89.50 including booking fee go on sale Friday, November 17, at 9am via Ticketmaster.


Following on from an epic headline set at the year's Electric Picnic, Elbow have announced their return to Ireland with a performance at Dublin's 3Arena on Saturday, February 24, 2018.

The news has delighted Irish fans who were recently left disappointed by the lack of Dublin dates on the band's UK tour schedule.

Forming in the early 90s, the British indie rockers adopted the band name Elbow in 1997, and have since gone on to produce seven studio albums, including their latest release, Little Fictions.

An upbeat and joyful record, guitarist Mark Potter, describes Little Fictions as “the sound of four people who love what they do and each other.”

Joining them on the night is acclaimed alternative rock artist, John Grant, who recently lent his musical skills to a re-recording of Elbow's song Kindling (Fickle Flame).

Tickets priced from €59.50 go on sale this Thursday, October 12 at 9am from Ticketmaster.


Ladies! Prepare yourselves for the throwback of all throwbacks, because Shania Twain is on her way to Dublin.

Following a phenomenal performance at Radio 2's Live in Hyde Park, the five-time Grammy award winner is taking her show back on the road – for the first time in 13 years!

Shania has announced six dates across the UK and Ireland for autumn 2018, including an unmissable performance at Dublin's 3Arena on September 26.

Speaking about this new chapter in her career, Shania said: "its time to get back out there and give the music a chance to live a life!"

The announcement comes just days before her the release of her stunning new album NOW, which drops on September 29.

Tickets go on sale Friday 29 September at 10am via Ticketmaster.