James Blunt announces Dublin 3Arena show

Ed Sheeran and Snow Patrol's Johnny McDaid both have co-writes on his new album

James Blunt has confirmed a November 27 visit to Dublin’s 3Arena in support of his The Afterlove album, which drops on March 24.

His songwriting collaborators include such heavyweights as Ed Sheeran, Ryan Tedder, Amy Wadge and Snow Patrol’s Johnny McDaid.

Tickets for his North Wall visit go on sale on Thursday March 23 priced from €46.05-€54.65.

In addition to making music, the former British Army Reconnaissance Officer is one of the best things on Twitter with a self-deprecating wit that we experienced ourselves a few years back when he popped into the Hot Press Chatroom at Electric Picnic.

 

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