But not together! Tickets for both Cork gigs go on sale on Friday.
Aiken Promotions have announced two more Cork Live At The Marquee shows.
First out of the traps on June 14 are Megadeth, the legendary Californian thrashers who are also on the road this summer with the rest of the ‘Big Four’ – Metallica, Slayer and Anthrax.
Following them on July 9 are Madness, the evergreen ska merchants whose current album, The Liberty Of Norton Folgate, is arguably the best thing they’ve ever done.
Tickets for both go on sale on Friday February 5 priced €39.95 and €59.80 respectively.
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