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Bon Jovi is returning to Dublin!

The 80s rockstars recently announced their This House is Not for Sale European tour.

They will be playing in the RDS Arena on the June 15th, 2019.

The band made the announcement on Twitter, saying they have just confirmed their return performance to Dublin.

This will be their first concert in the city since their 2013 show in Slane Castle.

Fans have already been expressing their excitement of the Livin’ on a Prayer singers summer return.

Accompanying them will be special guests Welsh rock band Manic Street Preachers (The Manics).

Their tour will continue through the United Kingdom, heading to Liverpool (June 16th), London (June 21st), and Coventry (June 23rd).

Tickets for the concert go on sale on Thursday November 8th at 9:00am on Ticketmaster.

You can purchase them here when they are available.

But make sure to get them quick before they sell out!

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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.  

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An Irish ice-cream shop has officially crossed the boundary between dinner and dessert. 

Gelati, which has shops in Ballina and Eniscrone, has created a ketchup flavoured ice-cream. 

Yes, you heard us right, tomato ketchup flavoured ice-cream. 

And they're not just doing it for the craic, the saucy treat is in honour of Ed Sheeran's current tour around our fair isle. 

It's a well known fact that Ed is absolutely obsessed with Heinz ketchup, even going so far as to have the label tattooed on his arm. 

Now that's dedication. 

"We at Gelati Ice Cream decided to welcome Ed Sheeran back to Ireland by creating his favourite flavour: Tomato ketchup!" they wrote on their Instagram

The also announced that they would be giving away free ketchup ice-cream cones to all concert goers. Pure madness. 

Speaking to People, Gelati owner Micheal O'Dowd said that he hoped that the Galway Girl singer will stop for a taste! 

“It took a few attempts to balance the recipe,” O’Dowd said. “Otherwise it would melt straight away.”

Known for their artisanal gelato, added the ketchup dessert to their range of award-winning treats like Pistachio and Gin and Tonic. 

We'll take five please! 

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I can safely say that there was mass heart break when the One Direction lads decided to go their separate ways. 

However, I get such joy in knowing that they're all doing well. 

The star of the show? Harry Styles, who is taking to the stage tonight in Dublin for a sold out gig.

Yes, I will be in attendance, alongside thousands of other hardcore fans. 

Anyway, if you are heading to the gig tonight, there's a few things you should know. 

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Stage times.

So the doors of the Three Arena will open from 6.30pm. Mabel, the glorious support act, will take the stage around 8pm, with Mr Styles kicking off his performance at 9pm, all going well. These times are, of course, subject to change. 

How to get there.

There is parking available in the Point Village car-park, which can be prebooked on Ticketmaster, however concert-goers are encouraged to leave their cars at home and to use the red line Luas or use Dublin Bus. The 151 operates every 10 minutes during rush hour and it will drop you on Castleforbes Road, the closest stop to the venue.

Security.

Much like every other gig at the Three, all bags will be searched upon entry. Bottles, cans, selfie sticks, large umbrellas, iPads/tablets, video cameras, professional cameras, audio recording devices, Go-Pro, large posters (A3+), large flags on poles, belt chains, laser pointers and anything that can be deemed a weapon are prohibited.

Set list.

Now this one is a wild guess, but we're basically showing you what Harry played in Glasgow last week – how AMAZING does it look? 

  • Only Angel
  • Woman
  • Ever Since New York
  • Two Ghosts
  • Carolina
  • Stockholm Syndrome (One Direction song)
  • Just a Little Bit of Your Heart (Ariana Grande cover)
  • Medicine
  • Meet Me in the Hallway
  • Sweet Creature
  • If I Could Fly (One Direction song)
  • Anna
  • What Makes You Beautiful (One Direction song)
  • Sign of the Times
  • Encore: From the Dining Table, The Chain (Fleetwood Mac cover), Kiwi

 

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