Blondie plot Irish tour

The new wave legends play Cork, Dublin and Belfast in June.

The evergreen Blondie have announced a Cork Live At The Marquee stop-off on June 24. Tickets are €49.20 and go on sale on Friday April 16.

Along with their huge arsenal of hits, they’ll be playing tracks from their new Panic Of Girls studio album, which will come housed in this very nifty sleeve.

You can also catch them playing club shows in Vicar St., Dublin (22) and Nugent Hall, Belfast (23).

Along with their own activities, drummer Clem Burke and Nigel Harrison took care of rhythm section duties recently when BP Fallon performed his Jack White-produced ‘I Believe In Elvis Presley’ single recently in Austin, Texas.

 

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