Live At The Marquee Cork announces rescheduled concert dates for 2022
Organisers of Live at the Marquee have announced the rescheduling of this summer's series of concerts to 2022
Aiken Promotions said, " We are currently working to reschedule Live at the Marquee to 2022, some shows have already been rescheduled."
They continued, "We will bring you more updates on a show by show basis. Thank you for your patience."
The concerts that already have new dates are:
- The Coronas - moved to 27th May 2022
- The 2 Johnnies Podcast - moved to 28th May 2022
- John Bishop - moved to 9th & 10th June 2022
- One Day featuring deadmau5 & many more to be announced - moved to 17th June 2022
- Orbital with special guests Kerri Chandler, Brame & Hamo, Fish Go Deep & Stevie G - moved to 18th June 2022
- Sinead O'Connor - moved to 19th June 2022
- Pet Shop Boys - moved to 22nd June 2022
- Christy Moore - moved to 25th June 2022
All previously bought tickets for these concerts remain valid for the new dates.
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