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NEWS ALERT! Kodaline to play special acoustic preview set in secret Dublin location!


Acoustic show will take place on March 15th in front of just 70 people, the day before their Bow St. Sessions @ The Academy appearance.

The Jameson #BeOriginal St. Patrick’s Day Celebrations have just gone up a gear! In addition to Kodaline headlining the Bow St. Sessions spectacular at The Academy on March 16th along with Walking On Cars, Little Hours and July Talk (ticket applications for the March 16th event are now closed) – a very special preview event will also take place the day before and complimentary ticket applications for this event are now open...

Jameson is giving fans the chance to see global superstars Kodaline perform an intimate preview show in front of just 70 people in a secret Dublin location on Tuesday, March 15th.

The band will also take part in a live interview on the night with Laura Whitmore in front of the lucky ticket holders. Complimentary tickets for the secret acoustic show are available for a limited time only. Apply below for your chance to be there..

The much sought-after tickets are complimentary, so to be in with a chance of winning a pair, simply click the button below…

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Bow St. Sessions @ The Academy

Kodaline • Walking On Cars • Little Hours • July Talk
Ticket Applications for Bow St. Sessions @ The Academy (March 16th) are now closed.
To apply for tickets to the Kodaline Acoustic Preview Show (March 15th) click below.

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With a pair of No.1 albums, a catalogue bulging with hit singles, and an army of fans big enough to put most football clubs to shame, there’s little disputing that Kodaline are bona fide world beaters. Sellout arena tours and festival showstoppers are now par for the course for the Swords quartet — not just on home soil, but also in the UK, Europe and the US.

Exploding onto the scene with their 2013 debut In A Perfect World, the band garnered popular and critical acclaim for their heartfelt ballads and soaring pop-rock style. The LP stormed the charts, while hits like ‘All I Want’ and ‘High Hopes’ were featured everywhere from Grey’s Anatomy to The Fault In Our Stars — as well, of course, as on radio stations throughout the world.

After cementing their superstar status with Coming Up For Air in February 2015, the quartet spent most of the following year strutting their stuff all over the globe, combining festival appearances at some of Europe’s biggest gatherings - NOS Alive, V Festival and T in the Park to name but three — with extensive tours of the continent and North America, rounding off with a pair of sold-out 3Arena spectaculars in Dublin in December. With a massive Marlay Park headliner already planned for Dublin this July, Kodaline will touch down in their hometown towards the end of their extensive European tour, for an intimate Bow St. Sessions @ The Academy show on 16 March.
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Walking On Cars
Hailing from Dingle, on the South West coast of Ireland, Walking On Cars have helped carve out the town’s reputation as a rock'n'roll stronghold now firmly on the musical map. Formed in 2010, the five former schoolmates wasted little time in climbing the ladder to success, establishing themselves as one of the most popular and exciting live acts both in Ireland and the UK in selling out venues from The Olympia in Dublin to The Scala and Electric Ballroom in London.

Their burgeoning fanbase fired early releases like ‘Catch Me If You Can' and ‘Two Stones' into the charts with minimal promotion, and global tastemakers including Zane Lowe and Annie Mac were soon fully-fledged members of their fan club. A major label deal with Virgin EMI sealed their status as one of the hottest prospects in the industry, as they hit the studio with the decorated MyRiot production team to set to work on their first LP.

One of the most anticipated debut albums in recent memory, Everything This Way finally landed in January 2016. Showcasing their winsome mix of anthemic indie-pop and soaring balladry, the record shot past the likes of Adele and Justin Bieber to claim the No. 1 spot in the Irish charts – confirmation that the quintet belongs at the top table of Irish music, ready to take on the world...
Little Hours
Little Hours aren't a band to do things by halves. The duo of John Doherty and Ryan McCloskey played their first ever show at Electric Picnic, Ireland's biggest music festival, and saw their debut single ‘It's Still Love?' storm the airwaves on its way to a Choice Music Prize Song Of The Year nomination, where they competed against the likes of The Script and Hozier. All in all, it's not bad for an act that's been active for little more than two years.

Hailing from Donegal, the pair plied their trade as singer-songwriters, before joining forces in January 2014. With piano and guitar blending perfectly, not to mention their beautiful harmonies, they've put the sold-out signs to work at venues all over the country, as well as earning themselves a reputation as a formidable festival proposition, wowing crowds at Sea Sessions and Independence as well as a glorious return to Stradbally’s Electric Picnic.

Having penned a deal with RCA Records, 2016 will see a busy schedule of writing and recording ahead of their much-anticipated debut album, while sights are also set on the UK and Europe, with an appearance at Brighton's The Great Escape festival also on the jam-packed calendar. Little Hours' time, you feel, is now.
July Talk
In 2012, a chance encounter in their hometown of Toronto brought Peter Dreimanis and Leah Fay together; now, it's their spellbinding vocal combination which takes centre stage as the focal point of the energetic and enigmatic July Talk.

To sum up the quintet's sound isn't easy, as they slalom through Americana and country to indie-disco and all-out rock'n'roll. Peter's low, menacing delivery bounces off Leah's peppy high-pitched tones to create a frenzied style that is as superb at it is surprising and suspenseful.

The group were nominated for Breakthrough Group of the Year at the 2014 Juno Awards – the Canadian equivalent of the Grammys – before their eponymous debut grabbed Alternative Album of the Year honours the following year. Along the way, they've also earned a sterling reputation as a live act, bringing their vibrant performances all over North America and further afield; now, it's high time that Irish gig goers discover just what all the fuss is about!

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Complimentary ticket applications for Bow St. Sessions @ The Academy on March 16th, with Kodaline, Walking On Cars, Little Hours and July Talk have closed.
HOWEVER, you can still apply below for tickets to Kodaline's special acoustic preview appearance in a secret Dublin location on March 15th.
Apply for Tickets to the Acoustic Preview Show


It takes a team of geniuses to create Jameson's triple distilled and perfectly balanced whiskey… from founder, John Jameson, to the modern day Distillery Masters.

The experts at Jameson have collaboration down to an art form; in a process perfected over hundreds of years, their master distillers and blenders work to carefully craft their famous whiskey, ensuring perfection in every sip. Now, that same spirit of collaboration comes to life in what is set to be a series of stunning musical nights at the Bow St. Sessions...