The Summer Series at Trinity College Dublin: Friday 3rd July, 2020.
Tickets priced €49.90 Incl. booking fee.
COLOURS, The Album, OUT NOW!!
Walking On Cars have announced a special outdoor show for 2020 with a headline performance at The Summer Series at Trinity College Dublin on Friday 3rd July.
This year the band have played across the globe, with huge shows on their home turf at the 3Arena, Dublin and a Sold Out Irish Independent park, Cork. The band are about to embark on a final run which will begin with shows in New Zealand, Australia, The UAE and Russia before they return to play a small run of intimate shows around Ireland this December then they will cap off the year headlining NYF Dublin’s Countdown Concert on New Year’s Eve.
Walking On Cars play:
Thursday 12th Dec Millennium Forum, DERRY, UK – Limited tickets available
Friday 13th Dec Royal Theatre Castlebar, CASTLEBAR, IRE – Limited tickets available
Saturday 14th Dec Leisureland, GALWAY, IRE – SOLD OUT
Friday 20th Dec Live At The Big Top, LIMERICK, IRE – SOLD OUT
Saturday 21st Dec INEC Arena, KILLARNEY, IRE – Limited tickets available
Wednesday 31st Dec: NYF Dublin Countdown Concert, DUBLIN, IRE
Friday 3rd July: The Summer Series at Trinity College, DUBLIN, IRE
Recorded between the band’s own home studio in County Kerry, London’s legendary RAK studios, and Angelic Studios near Banbury where The 1975 also made their most recent, Colours is a second album kaleidoscopically rich with sounds, emotions, synth-rock imagination and the brilliant song writing synonymous with the bands previous releases.
As Irish music bible Hot Press put it, hymning the country’s newest big rock export in a cover feature, “With the massive European success of their double platinum-selling debut, Everything This Way, Kerry’s Walking On Cars pretty much owned 2016.” Indeed Everything This Way went on to sell a hefty 325,000 copies worldwide. Over 18 months’ touring the band has sold 170,000 gig tickets, reaching arena level at home and sold out tours across Europe, as well as playing the mains stages of some of the biggest festivals out there, including Isle of Wight, Rock Werchter, Rock Am Ring and Electric Picnic in 2017. Their total global video views stand at an impressive 71 million, their cumulative global streams an eye-watering, ear-trembling 258 million.