- 05 Jun 20
More acts are expected to announce headline dates in the coming weeks.
Gavin James has announced a brand new venue and date for his Inside Out concerts, allowing music fans to see live acts without breaking government restrictions on social-distancing.
Inspired by German and Danish events, the tour will see up to 300 vehicles rev their engines into James’ gigs in Cork, Limerick, Waterford and Kilkenny.
Limerick folk-rockers Hermitage Green have been announced as a second act, with further acts expected to be announced in coming weeks.
28-year-old singer-songwriter Gavin James has now revealed that the INEC in Killarney will be the latest venue on his Inside Out concert tour - stopping off on August 8.
Speaking about the announcement, Gavin said: “I am delighted to be return to the INEC Arena and this time around it’s a little different being inside out.
"I am really looking forward to seeing you all there ”
On June 1, James announced that his Limerick, Kilkenny, Cork and Waterford drive-in gigs have all sold out.
The “Live at the Drive in” shows are now completely sold out!! More TBA ❤️ where should I come to? X pic.twitter.com/LVRIzH4l7G
— Gavin James (@gavinjames) June 1, 2020
James will play a matinee show in Killarney at 3pm and in the evening at 8pm.
Tickets for the show permit entry for one car with a maximum of four people per car.
Vans, trucks, coaches and minibuses are not permitted, and no alcohol is to be sold at the concert or brought to the gig by attendees.
Tickets from €60 plus booking fees will go on sale on Tuesday June 9, 2020 from www.inec.ie.