Tickets go on sale this Friday.
Kodaline announced that they will be playing another big gig in Ireland this summer.
Having already been confirmed to play Malahide Castle on June 8, it’s now been announced that the All I Want hitmakers will play in Cork the night before.
The Dublin band will play Live At the Marquee on June 7, with tickets going on sale this Friday, February 2, at 10am.
The band confirmed the news with a tweet, where they said:
“CORK we’re coming back to play in your beautiful city! Tickets on sale this Friday 9am!”
CORK we're coming back to play in your beautiful city! Tickets on sale this Friday 9am! pic.twitter.com/kcefFpUizt
— Kodaline (@Kodaline) January 29, 2018
The group are currently getting ready to release their upcoming third album, the follow up to 2015’s Coming Up For Air.
Fans have already heard the first single from the album, Brother, which was produced by Steve Harris and Two Inch Punch with Snow Patrol’s Johnny McDaid executive producing.
The rest of the as-yet-untitled album will feature work with a variety of different writers and producers, including Wayne Hector, Jonny Coffer Naughty Boy and Two Inch Punch.
The band’s debut album, In A Perfect World, has sold over a million copies worldwide since it was released in 2013.
Tickets for Live at the Marquee go on sale this Friday at 10am via the usual outlets.