He's doing his spiky pop thing here in November
Frank Turner has announced his biggest Irish headliner to date.
It’s in the Dublin Olympia on November 16 where tickets are €23 and go on sale on Thursday July 7.
Having started his musical career with post-hardcore outfit Million Dead, the North Londoner has morphed into a more acerbic Bruce Springsteen with albums like positive songs for negative people.
He recently launched his new interactive [link]ignoredlovesongs.frank-turner.com[/link] site, which includes an Elvis-tastic video for the brilliant 'Mittens'.
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