The Hothouse Flowers have announced they will play a headline gig in Dublin’s Olympia theatre later this year in December.
As the band head into their fourth decade of their career there are no signs of them slowing down anytime soon. The bands recent UK tour saw them release brand now material from their latest album Let’s Do This Thing.
They were also recently invited to be featured in the opening Amazon Prime’s popular series the Grand Tour where they performed their version of ‘I Can See Clearly Now’.
The Hothouse Flowers will also appear at the Bulmers Live at Leopardstown festival in June alongside other Irish acts such as Paddy Casey and Saoirse Casey.
Tickets from €29 for their Olympia headline show go on sale Thursday 17th May at 9am.
See below for full details.
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