- 19 Oct 22
Tickets on sale from €29.50 this Friday at 10am.
Due to popular demand, Glen Hansard and his band have added a second Dublin date at the National Concert Hall on Sunday, 4 December 2022.
Kickstarting at 8pm with support from Lemoncello, tickets will go on sale this Friday at 10am. The musician has also added a date at Belfast's Mandela Hall on December 6.
Hansard has been quietly working away on new music with his current band mates Joseph Doyle (bass), Earl Harvin (drums) and Ruth O’Mahony Brady (keyboards). The fruits of their labours should see the light of day in 2023.
In the meantime, the four-piece will play a one-off show here at home in the National Concert Hall on December 3rd and 4th, to introduce some new songs and get reacquainted with some old musical friends from Glen's extensive back catalogue.
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One of Ireland’s best-loved singer songwriters, Glen Hansard's output over the last 30 years - whether solo, with The Frames, The Swell Season or in other guises - has brought warmth to fans at home and abroad.
His talent has also garnered him numerous honours, including an Academy and Olivier Award and eight Tonys. 2022 has seen him play to a home crowd of 15,000 fans for The Frames rescheduled 30th anniversary concert in the Royal Hospital Dublin. He was also nominated for a Guild of Music Supervisors Award for Best Song Written for Film with Eddie Vedder (with whom he regularly tours) for ‘My Father’s Daughter’ from Flag Day
Revisit Hot Press' January 2022 cover story with Glen Hansard here.