The Chemical Brothers Announce Return To Ireland

English electronic giants The Chemical Brothers have announced their return to Ireland with a show in Dublin later this year.

The duo are set to play a headline show at the 3 Arena on October 29th with support from special guests Stephan Bodzin and James Holroyd.

From humble beginnings in dank London nightclubs, The Chemical Brothers have solidified themselves as legends in the industry with the bands most recent album Born in the Echoes becoming their 6th consecutive number 1 album in the UK.

The band appeared as headliners at Electric Picnic in 2016, and their return is sure to guarantee the same mind-bending audio/visual experience that is synonymous with the groups live performance for over 20 years.

Tickets go on sale Friday 25th of May. See below for more details.

 

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