George Ezra and The Cure have announced dates in Ireland next year, subject to licence.
Shotgun star Ezra is set to play three outdoor gigs, his biggest Irish shows to date, next summer.
He is scheduled to perform at Cork's Irish Independent Park on June 20, Malahide Castle in Dublin on June 21, and Ormeau Park in Belfast on June 22.
Tickets go on sale on Wednesday, October 10 at 9am.
Meanwhile, The Cure have confirmed they are returning to Ireland for their first headline show in seven years.
They are coming to Dublin's Malahide Castle on Saturday, June 8, the same day as Metallica's Slane Castle gig.
Tickets priced €69.50 go on sale on Wednesday, October 10 from usual Ticketmaster outlets nationwide.
The Cure last played Ireland in 2012 as the headline act on the Saturday night of Electric Picnic.
The band celebrated their 40th anniversary in July with a special show in London’s Hyde Park and they also curated and played at this year’s Meltdown Festival.
The Friday I'm In Love hitmakers are have been planning their 2019 gig itinerary and hope to play up to 20 festivals next year.