Peter Cetera to play Vicar Street

Peter Cetera and The Bad Daddy’s have announced a date at Vicar Street on 31 October.

Cetera has added the Dublin date to his tour which is supporting the release of his album The Very Best of Peter Cetera which was released last year.

The 73 year-old was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2016 with his former band Chicago. He has also been elected for the Songwriters Hall of Fame to mark his achievements with the group. They have sold over 100 millions records worldwide since their formation in 1967.

As a solo artist, Cetera has released 8 studio albums as well as his most recent compilation.

Tickets are from €65.45 and go on sale this Friday at 9am from www.ticketmaster.ie.

 

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