Chris Cornell and The Feeling have been announced as Aerosmith's support acts when they play Marlay Park in June.
Chris Cornell will arrive in Dublin in the wake of a solo tour accross North America, having just announced that his new album Carry On will be released on May 1.
The former Soundgarden frontman, who has been in the charts recently with 'You Know My Name' from the Casino Royale soundtrack, has also confirmed that his departure from Soundgarden/Rage Against The Machine hybrid Audioslave is permanent.
London quintet The Feeling who are currently touring the US will also be joining the bill. They've gone from strenght to strength since their debut effort, Twelve Stops And Home - hit singles like 'Sewn' and 'Fill My Little World' made them most played band on UK radio in 2006.
The triple bill takes place on 26 June, with tickets at e69.50 each.
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