- 02 Sep 21
The acclaimed Irish artist will appear at record shops in Dundalk, Kilkenny, Limerick and Galway – as well as a Q&A in Dublin.
To celebrate the release of his eagerly anticipated second album, "WHAT THEN?", on October 15, David Keenan is set to embark on a tour of Irish record shops – where he'll meet fans, sign albums and play acoustic songs.
The Dundalk singer-songwriter will also be taking part in a special Q&A event on the night of the album release. As part of the Culture Vultures event, he'll join journalist Tony Clayton-Lea for an evening of fascinating conversation and live music at The Workman's Club in Dublin – kicking off at 8pm on October 15.
Tickets for the Culture Vultures event are priced €15, and are on sale now here.
Take a look at the dates of David Keenan's Irish record store tour below:
- Classified Records, Dundalk - 4pm, Friday 15th October
- Rollercoaster Records, Kilkenny - 1pm, Saturday 16th October
- Steamboat Records, Limerick - 5pm, Saturday 16th October
- OMG @ Zhivago, Galway - 4pm, Sunday 17th October
Currently on tour in America with labelmates Rodrigo y Gabriela, these events offer fans a chance to meet Keenan before he heads back out on tour in Europe and the UK, before returning to Ireland for a string of shows in December. His Irish gigs include: Cyprus Avenue, Cork (Dec 6th); Dolan's Warehouse, Limerick (8th); Roisin Dubh, Galway (9th); Spirit Store, Dundalk (10th); and the Olympia Theatre, Dublin (12th).