- 12 Feb 19
The Dublin indie-rockers will play their biggest Northern Ireland headline show yet at Custom House Square, on August 23.
The Coronas have announced that they will return to Belfast this August. They will be joined at their headline show at Custom House Square by special guests Tom Odell and 19-year-old Derry native ROE.
Taking to Twitter this morning to share the news, The Coronas reflected back on their first every Belfast show in Auntie Annie's:
We’re so excited to be playing our biggest ever Belfast show this summer in Custom House Square. We’ve had some amazing shows in Belfast over the past few years, from our first ever show there in Auntie Annie’s to some magical Christmas nights in the Ulster Hall pic.twitter.com/QBMcaL7jFV
— The Coronas (@TheCoronas) February 12, 2019
The Custom House Square gig on August 23 comes after several sold out Irish shows in support of their 2017 album, Trust the Wire. The Coronas spent the summer of 2018 touring North America, which included a slot at the Chicago music festival, Lollapalooza.
The band also recently announced an open air performance with Sigrid and All Tvvins at Irish Independent Park in Cork, on June 22.
English singer-songwriter Tom Odell released his third studio album, Jubilee Road, on October 26. Derry-based musician ROE, the other special guest on the night, recently supported Snow Patrol on their UK tour, alongside Kodaline. Her latest single, 'Down Days', was released earlier this month.
Tickets for The Coronas' Belfast show go on sale this Friday, February 15, at 9am. See Ticketmaster for more information.