- 23 Apr 19
The Dublin indie-rockers will play at Limerick's Live At The Docklands series on June 2.
The Coronas have announced a new stop on their upcoming Irish tour, 'The Long Way Home Festival'. The tour will see the group headlining gigs around the country this summer, alongside special guests.
As well as previously announced shows at Irish Independent Park in Cork (June 22), the Big Top in Galway (July 28) and the Custom House Square in Belfast (August 23), the indie-rock group will perform at the new Live At The Docklands series in Limerick, presented by Dolan's, on the June Bank Holiday.
The Coronas have announced that they will be joined by an exciting selection of talent throughout the upcoming tour, with Sigrid and All Tvvins joining them in Cork; Le Boom, Ryan McMullan, True Tides and The Clockworks supporting in Galway; and Tom Odell and ROE in Belfast.
The group took to Twitter to announce the Limerick appearance.
We’re so delighted to announce that we’ll be bringing ‘The Long Way Home Festival’ to the Docklands on June 2nd! We’ve had some amazing nights over the years in Limerick - from the early days in Dolans to the Milk Market and the beautiful King Johns Castle. pic.twitter.com/g8H81hBHav
— The Coronas (@TheCoronas) April 23, 2019
The full line-up for their Limerick show is expected to be announced very soon. Tickets go on sale this Friday at 9am. See dolans.ie for more information.