St. Anne’s Park, Dublin: Friday 31st May & Saturday 1st June 2019.
KODALINE ANNOUNCE JAMES MORRISON AS SPECIAL GUEST FOR TWO DUBLIN CONCERTS AT ST. ANNE’S PARK – 31 MAY AND 1 JUNE
WITH FLYNN, ROE ADDED TO FRIDAY LINE UP AND SOMEBODY’S CHILD JUST ADDED TO SATURDAY
TICKETS ON SALE NOW
Ahead of their two headline shows in St. Anne’s Park, Dublin later this month, catch Kodaline tonight on The Late Late Show on RTÉ One from 9.35pm.
Kodaline have announced James Morrison as special guest for their two summer concerts in Dublin’s St. Anne’s Park on 31 May and 1 June 2019. Rising Irish artists FLYNN and ROE join the line-up on Friday with Somebody’s Child just added to Saturday’s line-up. Tickets €51.96 including booking fees are on sale now from Ticketmaster. Subject to licence.
With two #1 albums, five Top 10 singles, a BRIT Award and 7 million sales, James Morrison is one of the biggest success stories of his era. James Morrison joins Kodaline at St. Anne’s Park following his sold out Dublin show and UK tour earlier this month and the release of his new album ‘You’re Stronger Than You Know’.
FLYNN and ROE join Friday’s line up at St. Anne’s Park. FLYNN, an Irish alt-pop artist, has amassed over 3 million streams with his two releases ‘Red Light’ and ‘Peace of Mind’ and with fresh material on the way, FLYNN’s captivating live show is not to be missed. Multi-instrumentalist ROE has been blazing a trail for female indie artists across Ireland, the UK and Europe. ROE also performed at festivals in Mumbai (NH7 Weekender) and Canada last year (M For Montreal) and toured with Snow Patrol on their UK arena tour.
Somebody’s Child joins Saturday’s line up. The rising Irish singer-songwriter Somebody’s Child has been making serious waves in the Irish music scene, breaking through with his debut single ‘Make You Alright’ and follow up release ‘Toes’. Deeply poignant, Somebody’s Child fuses smart songwriting with unexpected genres, taking cues from the likes of James Bay and Tom Walker.
Kodaline have racked up sales of almost 2 million albums across their three releases – ‘Politics of Living’, ‘Coming Up For Air’ and their debut ‘In A Perfect World’. They topped the album Irish album charts with their highly anticipated third album ‘Politics of Living’ in October after receiving massive airplay for hit singles ‘Head Held High’, ‘Follow Your Fire’ and ‘Brother’. The album sees them team up with some of the hottest production and writing talent imaginable including hitmaker supreme Steve Mac (‘Shape Of You’ by Ed Sheeran), pop guru Johnny Coffer (Rag’N’Bone Man, Beyonce), Jonas Jeberg (Dizzee Rascal, Kylie Minogue), Stephen Harris (Miles Kane, Kaiser Chiefs) as well as long-time collaborator Johnny McDaid (‘What About Us’ by Pink).
‘Politics Of Living” is the follow up to their 2nd album ‘Coming Up for Air’ which reached no 1 in Ireland and top 5 in various other territories. Their debut album, ‘In A Perfect World’ has sold over a million copies worldwide and imprinted itself on the nation’s consciousness with streaming figures well into the 100s of millions. On Vevo the band’s videos have had over 200 million views, and they have sold over a million singles.