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Picture This have been announced as the first act to play a brand new summer music festival in Belfast.

Live At The Botanic Gardens is set to be a series of outdoor concerts which will be held in the aesthetic setting of the famous Northern Irish gardens next June.

Early next year, Picture This are heading off on tour around Europe, Canada and the States, but will return to play Belfast for two nights on Friday 21 and Saturday 22 June 2019.

The Irish alternative rock band have confirmed the release of their second album for February 15, entitled MDRN LV.

The lads dropped the first single from the new album, One Drink, back in October and it has dominated the airwaves as the number one radio song in Ireland for three weeks running.

It has also entered the USA top 40 singles chart, breaking the band into a whole new American audience.

They have unveiled their new track Everything or Nothing alongside the music video, and we can't stop listening.

The band are also set to play a huge five night run at Dublin's 3Arena from March 27 until 31 in 2019.

Though they only formed the band two years ago, the foursome from Athy signed to massive US label Republic Records, which boasts Ariana Grande and Drake as other artists signed.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Ryan Hennessy, Jimmy Rainsford, Owen Cardiff and Cliff Deane have achieved incredible success, and are currently Ireland's biggest-selling artists of 2018, with a debut album that enjoyed four weeks at number one.

Tickets go on sale Wednesday 19 December at 9am for Live At The Botanic Gardens on Ticketmaster, and we bet they'll sell out fast.

Get yourselves ready on Wednesday at 8:59am lads.

Feature image credit: Instagram/@bandpicturethis

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Lady Gaga has been forced to cancel 10 European dates of her Joanne World Tour. 

Fingers crossed you weren't planning on travelling to see the You And I singer in any of the following destinations: 

London, Manchester, Paris, Berlin, Zurich,Zoln, Stockholm, Copenhagen and Rio dates will all be cancelled. 

 

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The cancellations are due to a 'severe pain' that Lady Gaga is suffering from.

The pain has impacted her ability to perform on her tour. 

Ticket holders can receive a refund for their tickets from February 6.

 

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In a statement to Instagram, the performer said:

'I'm so devastated I don't know how to describe it. All I know is that if I don't do this, I am not standing by the words or meaning of my music'.

'My medical team is supporting the decision for me to recover at home.'

'I love this show more than anything, I love you, but this is beyond my control.'

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 All Tvvins have been dominating the Irish charts, and consistently sell out gigs all over the country. 

The band have been playing festivals up and down the country for the past few years, from Electric Picnic to Longitude, and now they are taking their unique sound to the wider world.

Kicking off in March 2018, All Tvvins will be touring around the EU. 

The guys have already played at international festivals, and now they have launched an official tour. 

The band just revealed that they will be performing on 12 separate dates across Europe. 

These include gigs in the UK, Germany, Denmark, France and The Netherlands. 

 

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Taking to Instagram, the lads told their fans that tickets for the upcoming tour will be available this Friday. 

Now, we can only hope they'll add a few Irish dates to that tour and we'll be queuing up for tickets. 

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In a week of cancellations, Kodaline have now announced that they will be stepping back from their previously announced tour. 

The European tour included dates in London, Manchester, Milan and Paris. 

Taking to Twitter, the boys penned a post giving fans the bad news.

'We're gutted to announce that we've decided it's the right thing to cancel our mainland European tour dates.'

'As you know, we have been working harder than ever on our third album and could not be prouder of what we've created so far! But we feel there's more to come.'

The tweet reveals that the boys are cancelling the tour in favour of putting more work into their new upcoming album.

'We haven't stopped writing all summer but we need to head back into the studio over the coming months to work on what we have.'

'We feel that it's worth the wait and hope you guys do too.'

 

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According to the post, all of the European tour dates will be rescheduled for 2018. 

Kodaline also took the opportunity to thank their fans for getting them to where they are now. 

'We know we have the best fans in the world amd we want to make the best record we can for you guys.' 

A full list of the previously announced tour dates are available here.

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Ariana Grande has reportedly suspended the remainder of her Dangerous Woman tour after 22 people were killed and a further 59 injured in a suspected suicide bombing at her concert in Manchester last night. 

According to TMZ, the 23-year-old has cancelled her scheduled gig in London on Thursday and is suspending the rest of her European tour dates. 

A statement from Ariana's management team, headed by Scooter Braun, reads: 'Tonight, our hearts are broken.'

'Words cannot express our sorrow for the victims and families harmed in this senseless attack.'

'We mourn the lives of children and loved ones taken by this cowardly act.'

'We are thankful for the selfless service tonight of Manchester's first responders who rushed towards danger to help save lives.'

'We ask all of you to hold the victims, their families, and all those affected in your hearts and prayers.'

The singer also took to Twitter to express that she felt 'broken' in the wake of the attack. 

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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!

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