- 02 Jun 21
James Vincent McMorrow will headline the outdoor venue on June 10th in the first of a series of pilot events.
Normal life looms on the horizon as James Vincent McMorrow is set to play the Iveagh Gardens on June 10th.
It will be a limited event with only 500 tickets available, and standing room only in pods of up to four people.
The event is hosted by the National Concert Hall, who have published a list of guidelines for those lucky to get into the first live gig of the year.
View this post on Instagram
Socially distanced queuing measures will be in place, and there will be staggered entry times to the Iveagh Gardens.
According to the NCH, PCR/antigen testing is not a requirement for this event, and while it doesn't appear Covid testing will be done at the venue, the NCH are asking anyone presenting with symptoms of Covid-19 in the 14 days prior to the event to not attend.
For more information the NCH guidelines can be found here.
Tickets are only available through the NCH website here, and go on sale tomorrow June 3rd at 10am.
James Vincent McMorrow's forthcoming album Grapefruit Season is available for pre-order and is set to land. on July 16th.