The Undertones will play Dublin and Belfast gigs this weekend

The Northern Irish punk rock band will play in Limelight, Belfast on December 1, before making their way to The Academy, Dublin on December 2.

Having celebrated their 40th Anniversary with a tour in 2016, The Undertones have kept the gigging going well into 2017. They'll be playing in Belfast and Dublin this weekend, and we can't wait to welcome them back!

Tickets from €25, including booking fee, are still available. See theundertones.com for more details.

Have a listen to what made the lads famous in the first place...

The Undertones - Teenage Kicks (Official Video)

John Peel's favourite ever song and not hard to understand why. Timeless teenage frustration in 2 and a half minutes of raucous pop punk heaven. Play it loud and feel free to pogo -- you know you want to.

 

Related Articles

Undertones play to debut in Derry

Re-Energize runs as part of the City Of Culture celebrations.

Read More

The Undertones set for Village date

Catch the legendary punks this July.

Read More

Undertones to release 35th anniversary album

An Introduction To The Undertones is out next month...

Read More

The Undertones set to release new single

It's for Record Store Day.

Read More

Teenage Kicks musical on the cards

"The Undertones captured the mood of a generation", says its creator...

Read More

Colin Bateman on Teenage Kicks musical

Expect it next year, when Derry becomes the UK City Of Culture.

Read More

First Acts Announced for Temple House Festival

Strong line-up for new event.

Read More

Northern Irish male musicians wanted

Auditions will be held this weekend for Good Vibrations - a film telling the story of Terri Hooley, Belfast's punk godfather

Read More

The Undertones

Read More

The Undertones prepare for 'Teenage Kicks' 30th anniversary

The Undertones celebrate the 30th anniversary of their ‘Teenage Kicks’ classic with a limited-edition vinyl reproduction of their Good Vibrations four-tracker.

Read More

Undertones headline Good Vibrations anniversary gig

The Undertones help Belfast's Good Vibrations label celebrate 30 years in business with an anniversary gig next month.

Read More

The Undertones @ The Hot Press Chatroom, Electric Picnic 2007

Derry punk legends The Undertones sat down with Stuart Clark in the Hot Press Chatroom for a great interview packed with anecdotes, jokes and hilarious impressions.

Read More

Dig Yourself Deep

The sound of a band that has nothing left to prove and the freedom to explore new territory, which they do with much aplomb, displaying impressive versatility.

Read More

The Undertones announce Dublin show

Reformed Derry punks are to hit Dublin's Tripod on 17th November.

Read More

Fergal Sharkey helps government to help musicians

Former Undertones frontman Fergal Sharkey is heading up a UK government initiative to support young musicians.

Read More

The Undertones ready new album

Micky Bradley has been talking about the new Undertones album, which is due this autumn or maybe earlier if sufficient digit-extracting is done.

Read More

The Undertones need YOU!

The Undertones are asking fans to come up with a name for their upcoming tour

Read More

The Undertones re-release Teenage Kicks 7”

Forget eBay - Undertones fans will be able to purchase the original 7” format of 'Teenage Kicks' when it is re-released next month

Read More

Paul McLoone on The Undertones (No. 5/100)

"I only really got my head around the album in 1980 and I was amazed by it."

Read More

The Undertones announce Dublin headliner

The Undertones have confirmed a December date at The Village and responded to rumours of John Peel-related tributes

Read More

The Undertones' Drogheda gig cancelled

The Undertones appearance at Drogheda's Star venue will be postponed until further notice

Read More

The Undertones for Drogheda

It's gigs ahoy at Drogheda's new Star* venue this month, with The Undertones as well as Jerry Fish & The Mudbug Club, Mickey Harte and Shirley Valentine starring Mary McEvoy

Read More

Drogheda's new venue announces Star-studded line-up

Expect to see all of Hothouse Flowers, Jack L, The Undertones and Jerry Fish and the Mudbug Club in the coming months at Star

Read More

Under the influence

John O’Neill of legendary northern rockers The Undertones talks to Colin Carberry about the creation of their most famous hits, becoming godfathers to a new generation of garage rock heroes, and why the band won’t be happy until they’ve written a multi-million selling album.

Read More

Get What You Need/Teenage Kicks - The Best Of The Undertones

No reformed band wants to compete with their own Greatest Hits, but these albums should be considered entirely separate entities.

Read More

The Undertones to co-present Across The Line

Mickey Bradley and John O' Neill will be spinning tunes and storming the studio on Friday night

Read More

Undertones announce brief Irish tour

The band play Dublin, Limerick and Derry in support of their Get What You Need album

Read More

Thrilling news...

Punk legends The Undertones release 'Thrill Me', their first new single in almost two decades

Read More

Peeling in the years

The Undertones record John Peel session after 20 year break, release DVD rockumentary 'Teenage Kicks'

Read More

Undertones, Clearshot & Sirocco MCS

It’s the Gas Yard Feile open-air weekend and as usual the weather is not co-operating. It’s pelting down.

Read More

The Best Of The Undertones

ELVIS PRESLEY was so lonely he could die, and he did. Sid Vicious self-destructed, his way. But The Undertones, they just wanted to get teenage kicks all through the night. Now, tell me, which of those epitaphs would you prefer?

Read More

The Sin Of Pride

Nobody's ever going to call the Undertones "kid's stuff" again.

Read More

Positive Touch

H-Y-P I'm Hypnotised! I've checked the relevant source and their advice is simple: sit down, relax and cancel all other engagements. The Undertones have returned triumphant.

Read More

Shop Stewards For A Generation!

Bill Graham meets the Undertones on the first Irish tour of the 1980's.

Read More

The Undertones - The Next Big Thing?

Teenage Kicks' is the word and the sound, an anthem from the most unlikely of sources - Derry. Come in Phil Coulter, your time is up.

Read More
 

Advertise With Us


For information including benefits, key facts, figures and rates for advertising with Hot Press, click below

Advertise

Find us elsewhere