Historic run of Irish shows to commence
Over 112,000 Tickets – Sold Out
*Special guests James Vincent McMorrow and Sarcastic Sounds
*Friday 10 June 2022 – St. Anne’s Park, Dublin
*Saturday 11 June 2022 – St. Anne’s Park Dublin
St. Anne’s Park Stage Times:
18:10 – Sarcastic Sounds
19:10 – James Vincent McMorrow
20:40 – Dermot Kennedy
*Friday 24 June 2022 – Malahide Castle, Dublin
*Saturday 25 June 2022 – Musgrave Park, Cork
Rescheduled Shows. All Original Tickets Valid.
Under 16’s must be accompanied by an adult.
Subject to licence.
Dermot Kennedy has become one of the biggest and fastest selling live artists ever with over 112,000 tickets sold out for his 2022 Irish dates, which start next week.
Today he has confirmed that James Vincent McMorrow and Sarcastic Sounds will be special guests for his dates at St. Anne’s Park, Dublin, Malahide Castle, Dublin, Musgrave Park, Cork and Ormeau Park, Belfast. Sarcastic Sounds will also support Dermot Kennedy at the INEC Arena, Kerry.
Dermot is then confirmed to support Shawn Mendes on the first leg of his 2022 North American ‘Wonder The World Tour’ from June through August, before headlining Electric Picnic Festival on September 2nd for his biggest festival headline performance to date, playing to over 70,000 people.
At the end of last year Dermot put on charity performances in both the U.S. Ireland, surprising fans with an impromptu busking event in Washington Square Park, NYC to benefit MusiCares and then with 4 shows over 2 nights at Dubin’s 3Arena to benefit Pieta and Focus Ireland. The shows raised a near combined total of an incredible $300,000.
Dermot, who was nominated for the ‘Best International Male’ BRIT Award in 2020, has now amassed nearly 4 billion streams across platforms and has the best-selling debut album in Ireland of this millennium. Without Fear, Dermot’s impassioned debut album has sold over 1.5 million copies worldwide to date, making him a platinum-selling artist in over 12 countries. Notably, his singles, ‘Outnumbered’, ‘Power Over Me’ and ‘Giants’ and his collaboration with Meduza on single ‘Paradise’ have all now been certified Platinum, with ‘Paradise’ alone streaming over 500 million times.
2022 sees Dermot set to perform his biggest shows to date with eight huge concerts across Ireland.
+Monday 06 June 2022 – Gleneagle INEC Arena, Killarney – Sold Out
+Tuesday 07 June 2022 – Gleneagle INEC Arena, Killarney – Sold Out
+Wednesday 08 June 2022 – Gleneagle INEC Arena, Killarney – Sold Out
*Friday 10 June 2022 – St. Anne’s Park, Dublin – Sold Out
*Saturday 11 June 2022 – St. Anne’s Park Dublin – Sold Out
*Thursday 23 June 2022 – Ormeau Park, Belfast
*Friday 24 June 2022 – Malahide Castle, Dublin – Sold Out
*Saturday 25 June 2022 – Musgrave Park, Cork – Sold Out
*with special guests James Vincent McMorrow and Sarcastic Sounds
+with special guests Sarcastic Sounds