The Chemical Brothers Announce Gig at Cork's Irish Independent Park
The latest gig at Irish Independent Park has been announced.
The Chemical Brothers have announced their Irish return with an open-air show at Irish Independent Park, Cork on June 30th 2020 with very special guests KETTAMA and James Holroyd.
Tickets €49.90 inclusive go on sale at 9am this Friday, November 22nd via Ticketmaster outlets and www.ticketmaster.ie
The band’s most recent album ‘Born In the Echoes’ became their 6th consecutive number 1 album in the UK. The Chemical Brothers have released a new single “Free Yourself” from their forthcoming ninth album.
The announcement comes after David Gray announced a show at the same venue last week as well as previous announcements of The Script, Picture This, Lewis Capaldi and Dermot Kennedy.
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