- 30 Jun 21
Dan Snaith's electronic project will play two separate shows in Ireland next year.
Caribou have announced a gig at Vicar Street in Dublin this coming January ahead of their upcoming sold-out show at The Iveagh Gardens next July.
Originally set to play in Ireland in 2019, the band wanted to return to Ireland earlier in the year to get fans excited for the following headline show.
"We're super excited about our Dublin show at Iveagh Gardens next summer which is now sold out.... but that seems like an awfully long time to make you wait, so we've added one very special night at Vicar Street," Caribou said in a press release.
The project created by Canadian musician Dan Snaith will also be partnering with the PLUS1 charity, with one euro being added to ticket prices, which will go to "organisations bringing dignity, equity, and access to communities who need it."
Irish fans will finally hear songs from Caribou's most recent album Suddenly, released in February last year, in a live setting.
Hot Press' John Walshe gave the record a 9/10, remarking that "Dan Snaith is a hugely ambitious musician, with each album boldly venturing into new territory. Being able to join him on his journey is a rare pleasure. Long may he sail."
Tickets for Caribou will go on sale this Friday, June 2, at 9 am from ticketmaster.ie.