The Academy, Dublin: 17th December, 2019.
Tickets €34 Incl. booking fee.
Doors 7PM | Over 18’s | ID Required.
Scouting For Girls return to Dublin with headline show at The Academy
Scouting For Girls have announced a special VIP Meet & Greet upgrade for their upcoming Dublin show in The Academy, Dublin on December 17th! What’ you’ll get:
– Access to Scouting For Girls soundcheck
– M&G + photo with the band
– Pre-signed A4 tour art print
– Specific VIP fabric wristband
– Early entry to the standing floor
Extra tickets go on sale this Wednesday July 31st from 9:00am.
During their last tour Scouting For Girls played to more people than they’ve ever played to before. They were celebrating ten years since they first released their 2007 self-titled debut, a record that went on to become triple platinum and birthed the generation-bridging anthems of ‘She’s So Lovely’, ‘Elvis Ain’t Dead’ and ‘Heartbeat’. 2017’s accompanying ‘Ten Add Ten’ record bundled that now-classic debut with ten new songs, proving that the band’s joy, energy and ability to write an instantly catchy chorus hadn’t gone anywhere.
It was a chance to celebrate the journey they’ve been on, with people who’ve been on it as well. “Every time we do a tour, it’s special because we only do it every two or three years. It’s almost like a reunion, getting back together with a load of old friends.” Scouting For Girls didn’t need to remind people who they were though: they’re a British institution..
Friends since they were five, drummer Pete Ellard, Bassist Greg Churchouse and Roy have never changed to chase success. Success came to them. They’ve never followed what others are doing, preferring to focus on themselves and make the music they want to make. “That’s why we still have fun now. The whole point of being in a band was to try and find a way to hang out together as mates. It’s not that we never chased success, we’ve been playing together since we were teenagers and we always wanted to do it professionally, but we got to a point where we never thought it would happen. So we just carried on doing it anyway for fun.” But then it happened – Number 1 singles, sold-out shows – “and we just carried on doing the same thing because, why would you change it?”