Following an acclaimed run of shows across the UK and Europe this summer, Arcade Fire have announced a headline tour for Spring 2018, which will see “one of the most popular and essential bands of the century” (NME) play dates in Birmingham, Manchester and Glasgow, as well as two dates at London’s Wembley Arena, kicking off in Dublin on 6th April 2018.
The live show will feature songs from the band’s forthcoming album ‘Everything Now’, due out on 28th July, featuring the title track as well as the likes of Creature Comfort and Signs of Life.
The inaugural Guinness PRO14 final will be held in the Aviva Stadium on May 26, 2018.
A record 45,566 attendance turned up to the PRO12 final at the Aviva in May when Munster were beaten by the Scarlets and the tournament organisers have decided to bring their show-piece back to the capital.
Bruno Mars is set to play a huge gig in Marlay Park in July of next year.
The American hit maker this morning announced his European tour dates with the one Irish concert.
The multi-award winner will play the south Dublin venue on July 12, subject to licence.
This is part of six exclusive European summer shows in Spain, France, Germany, Scotland, and Ireland in June and July of next year.