The Gloaming announce four Dublin concerts, their only live shows in 2018

The four-night residency at the National Concert Hall in March will be band's only shows in 2018

The Gloaming. Photograph: Rich Gilligan

The Gloaming. Photograph: Rich Gilligan

 

The Gloaming have announced a four-night residency at the National Concert Hall for March 2018

The band will kick off the shows on March 5th, with tickets going on sale on Friday, November 17th. These will be their only shows in the world in 2018.

The NCH has become something of a home for the group. To date they’ve sold out 17 night there, with seven shows in the hall in 2017.

The band are mostly touring other project at the moment. Martin Hayes and and Dennis Cahill are on the road with Doug Wieselman and Liz Knowles as the Martin Hayes Quartet. Iarla O’Lionaird is touring with Eighth Blackbird. Caoimhin O’Raghallaigh is performing with This Is How We Fly. And among the acts who have recently worked with Thomas Bartlett are St Vincent, The National, Sufjan Stevens and Father John Misty.

Tickets are priced from €40 and will be available through nch.ie at (01) 4170000 and Ticketmaster.ie

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