- 13 Jun 23
McFly has added the Dublin date as part of their Power to Play tour.
English pop rock band McFly have announced a Dublin gig as part of a string of performances across the UK and Ireland.
McFly will play in Dublin's 3Arena on November 18th as part of their Power to Play tour, following the release of their latest album of the same name on Friday. The Dublin date was added to the tour along with shows in Aberdeen, Cambridge and Bridlington.
The November show will be the first time the band has performed in Ireland since reuniting as a four piece in 2019, following nine years of separation. The foursome once again comprises of vocalist Tom Fletcher, bassist Dougie Poynter, guitarist Danny Jones and drummer Harry Judd.
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McFly's musical accolades are undeniable, racking up seven UK No. 1 singles, five top-10 albums, six sold-out tours, and 10 million in record sales worldwide during their near-20-year career. The band even recently revealed that global music icon Adele is among the ranks of their fans in a recent interview.
Following a few years back out on the live circuit since reuniting, McFly's seventh studio album Power To Play is a return to the band's pop rock roots.
Fans of the band have been quick to voice their excitement at the news.
MCFLY DUBLIN MCFLY DUBLIN MCFLY DUBLIN MCFLY DUBLIN
— tara (@taraaobrienx) June 13, 2023
Tickets will be available for the band's upcoming November show on 16th June at 9am here.
Listen to Power to Play below.