- 28 Nov 19
The Kildare trio have released additional seats for their Vicar Street shows.
Bell X1 have released extra production holds for their set of three shows with Dowry Strings at Vicar Street this weekend, offering another chance for fans to snag tickets. The band will be playing on the nights of Friday, 29 November, Saturday, 30 November and Sunday, 1 December.
2018 witnessed Bell X1 celebrate 20 years together with a sold-out five-night residency at Vicar Street. The band will end 2019 performing their "Acoustic-ish + Dowry Strings" show at the venue. Dowry is the solo project of composer Éna Brennan.
"The shows with Dowry Strings were such a joy, and we found ourselves imagining what we could do with many more of our songs," said Bell X1's Paul Noonan in a press release. "So we’re going to get into it again with them, and are looking forward to flinging more paint around together."
Since the release of their seventh studio album Arms, the group have spent time touring in America, Australia, the United Kingdom and Europe. They’ve also released new material with their various side projects. Noonan has been working on his first solo LP with The Gloaming’s Thomas Bartlett, and Dave Geraghty has been touring and releasing new material with Join Me in the Pines.
Tickets for the Vicar Street shows run for €38.50 and are available now on Ticketmaster. Check out a 360° video performance of "Tongue" filmed at the National Concert Hall below.