The Olympia Theatre, Dublin: Good Friday, 30th March 2018. Click here to view available tickets.
GOOD FRIDAY PARTY!
Following a fantastic sold out Olympia Theatre concert last November, Bagatelle have confirmed their return to the Dame Street venue for a special party on Good Friday 30th March! Having formed in Bray in 1978, Bagatelle are one of Ireland’s best loved bands, renowned for their popular pop hits such as “Second Violin”, “Leeson Street Lady” and “Summer in Dublin”, their most widely known song.
Fellow Irish musician Bono commented on the impact that Bagatelle had on U2 in the early days of their career. Larry Mullen, of the same band, once famously said that he used to call them “Baga-Money”, in reference to their fame, and that he wished that his band could be as successful as Bagatelle. Bagatelle shared stages with artists such as Bob Marley, Don McLean and Jose Feliciano. Their albums were produced by Phil Coulter and the late Gus Dudgeon, who also produced for David Bowie and Elton John. Bagatelle appeared on the “Self Aid” concert in the mid-1980s with U2 and Van Morrison.
Tickets from €24 including booking fee and restoration levy via Ticketmaster