Fresh from their recent sold-out gig at the Olympia Theatre, Pixies have announced an outdoor show at the city's Iveagh Gardens in July of next year.
The band, who also played the popular venue in the summer of 2017, released their seventh album Under The Eyrie in September.
Pixies play Iveagh Gardens, Dublin on Saturday 18th July 18, 2020, with tickets on sale this Friday, November 1 at 9.00am.
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The Boston band will also play a gig at the Big Top as part of Galway Arts Festival on July 17. Tickets are €52.50 and also on sale at 9.00am this Friday.
They are second act announced for the hugely popular Iveagh Gardens gig series, following the news that Caribou will play the venue on July 11, 2020.
On their last visit to Ireland in late September, Pixies marked the release of Beneath The Eyrie with an in-store appearance at Tower Records ahead of their sell-out show at the Olympia.
Cant believe I got to meet these LEGENDS!!! Absolutely stunned 😅 #PIXIES #BeneathTheEyrie @PIXIES @TowerDublin pic.twitter.com/QEvSChufdF— Eoin O'C (@GougeAwayMyMind) September 26, 2019
The band, Paz Lenchantin, Joey Santiago, Charles Thompson IV and David Lovering (who is also a magician), signed albums and spoke to fans at the shop.
Regular visitors to Ireland, Pixies have played many gigs here over the years, since their first Irish show at Dublin's National Stadium in 1990. They have also headlined several Irish festivals.
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