David Byrne for 3Arena

David Byrne has announced a 3Arena date for October 2018.

David Byrne has announced his much anticipated Irish return as part of his American Utopia tour at 3Arena, Dublin on October 24th 2018 with very special guest, Benjamin Clementine.

Byrne's latest album American Utopia was a typically brilliant return for the former Talking Heads frontman.

Tickets priced from €49.50 inclusive of booking & facility fees go on sale at 10am this Friday, June 15th via Ticketmaster outlets and www.ticketmaster.ie


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