Hamsandwich announce Olympia Theatre date

After selling out three consecutive shows in Whelan's, Ham Sandwich have announced a headline show in the Olympia Theatre this May.

Hamsandwich arrived back with a bang last month, following the release of their new single 'Bodies', their first new single since chart-topping 3rd album Stories From The Surface. They'll be bringing out a fourth album in 2018, so expect new songs when they perform live.

Hamsandwich will perform at the Olympia Theatre on May 26.

Tickets from €22.50 Inc. booking fee go on sale Friday December 8th at 10am from Ticketmaster

This goes with this morning's announcement that Hamsandwich will be playing at Indiependence 2018, along with Walking On Cars and others.

 

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