Dance legends Orbital have confirmed a second live show at Tripod this November.
"The demand for tickets has been huge," a spokesperson for POD Concerts told Hot Press, "and so we've had to put in another show."
Already slated for an appearance at the venue on Friday 13th (lucky for some!), in what will be their first indoor Irish show since 2001, the pioneering techno duo will now give an additional 2-hour performance on Saturday 14th November.
Orbital were among the headliners – and as it turned out the highlights – of the Electric Picnic this year.
Tickets go on sale this Friday 9th October at 9am, with tickets at €49.50 and €42.50.
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