Good news! Chart-topping, Dublin band Kodaline have been added to the Arthur's Day bill, alongside Scottish rockers Biffy Clyro and Meath natives Ham Sandwich.
Arthur's Day, which will take place on Thursday September 26, will see a stellar line-up of musicians perform at ticketed and surprise pub gigs across the country.
Kodaline, Biffy Clyro and Ham Sandwich join headliners The Script, James Vincent McMorrow, Manic Street Preachers, Emeli Sandé, Janelle Monáe and the legendary Bobby Womack for the fifth annual celebration of the black stuff.
Tickets go on sale tomorrow (Wednesday, September 4th) at 9:00am via www.ticketmaster.ie for five ticketed Arthur’s Day music events. As with every Arthur’s Day, the line-up of who will play where will remain a secret until the night itself. Tickets are priced at €10, with proceeds going to the creative and cultural initiative, Arthur Guinness Projects.
The Script will headline this year's Arthur's Day celebrations
The ticketed pub venues include Lavery’s of Belfast, Dakota and Whelan’s in Dublin, Nancy Blake’s in Limerick and Rearden’s in Cork. Music fans can also look forward to a choice of 500 free music events featuring the best of Ireland’s musical talent, in local pubs across all 32 counties.
Speaking about joining the Arthur's Day bill Kodaline said: “Arthur’s Day is really special. It’s great to be part of something where over a thousand Irish musicians will perform as part of one huge music event on the same night all over the country, and all in local pubs. There are a lot of talented musicians out there that find it hard to be heard, so it’s good to get a platform to showcase their music and get some new fans.”