Little Green Cars announce Vicar Street show

Alt-pop band Little Green Cars has just announced a headline show in Vicar Street this winter. Taking place at the Dublin venue on Thursday, December 6th, the upcoming headline show from Little Green Cars will come as the band are currently working on their brand-new album this October. The group’s sophomore album Ephemera was both a critical…

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Julian Casablancas & The Voidz are coming to Vicar Street

Julian Casablancas & The Voidz have announced a headline show in Vicar Street this Autumn.  Fronted by Strokes singer Julian Casablancas, the Voidz will come to Dublin on October 26th as the group continues to tour their recent sophomore studio album Virtue which features the singles ‘Leave It In My Dreams’, ‘QYURRYUS’ and ‘All Wordz Are Made Up’.…

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Shakey Graves confirms Dublin show at Vicar Street

American songwriter Shakey Graves has announced a headline show at Vicar Street this Winter.  Taking place at the Dublin venue on Friday, November 16th Shakey Graves will return to Ireland as he tours his brand new studio album Can’t Wake Up, which came out to critical acclaim earlier this month. Marking a change in direction and…

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At The Drive-In set for Vicar Street

At The Drive-In have announced a headline show in Vicar Street, Dublin this summer. Taking place in Vicar Street on July 10th, At The Drive-In will return to Ireland as they tour the release of their fourth studio album In.ter.a.li.a which came out last year. The long awaited follow-up to the band’s 2000 album Relationship of Command, the…

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Julien Baker set for Vicar Street show

American songwriter Julien Baker has announced a headline show in Vicar Street, Dublin this autumn.  Taking place in the Dublin venue on September 27th, the critically acclaimed artist will return to Ireland, Baker will support Bell & Sebastian in Vicar Street on Tuesday March 27th, as she tours in her second studio album Turn Out The…

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Ships win the Choice Music Prize Album of the Year 2017

Ships have won the Choice Music Prize Album of the Year 2017 at a ceremony in Vicar Street tonight.   Fending off stiff competition form the likes of James Vincent McMorrow, Fangclub, Fionn Reagan, New Jackson, Otherkin, Talos, Marlene Enright and Come On Live Long to win the coveted prize, which they received for their album Percession. See the full list of…

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RTÉ Choice Music Prize Song of the Year 2017 nominees announced

The shortlist of nominees for the RTÉ Choice Music Prize Song of the Year 2017 have been announced today.  This year’s RTÉ Choice Music Prize Song of the Year 2017 nominees are: The Academic – Bear Claws Aine Cahill – Plastic Chasing Abbey – That Good Thing Tandem Felix – Were You There (When They Crucified…

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Bell X1 announce 5 dates at Vicar Street to celebrate 20 years

Irish indie-rock legends Bell X1 have announced a 5-night residency at Vicar Street in Dublin.   Bell X1 will headline the venue for 5-nights next March 21st to 25th to celebrate the band’s 20th year together. Each show will offer something different, with the group focusing on different albums and moments from their career. See below…

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Interview | Little Dragon – “People want to hear organic electronic music”

Swedish electro-pop act Little Dragon will headline Vicar Street on Halloween night as part of the group’s current tour. Vocalist and songwriter Yukimi Nagano took the time to speak to the Last Mixed Tape ahead of this month’s show.  Sitting in a studio in Gothenburg Yukimi Nagano reflects on the Little Dragon’s latest album Season High.…

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Father John Misty is coming to Vicar Street

Acclaimed songwriter Father John Misty is returning to Dublin next summer with a headline show at Vicar Street. Taking place on May 28th of next year, Father John Misty will play the Dublin venue as he continues to tour his stand-out third studio album Pure Comedy. Released earlier this year as the follow-up to his brilliant…

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