Sum 41 at Fairview Park: Stage times, set list, ticket information, how to get there and more

Everything you need to know about the band’s concert on Wednesday, June 19th

Skater punk icon Deryck Whibley of Sum 41. Photograph: Burak Cingi/Redferns

There was a time when no skater punk in the early 2000s would be seen without a Sum 41 CD in their collection. Their 2001 album All Killer, No Filler was that generation’s Nevermind, and for whom Nirvana were already long in the past. The Canadian band is coming to Dublin for their Tour of the Setting Sum and it’s expected to be the last hurrah for the alternative punk rockers before a planned disbandment after the tour. They’ll play the hits, and promote Heaven :x: Hell, their final studio album. It’s a double album blending the band’s pop-punk and heavy metal styles. So what can we expect when they take to the Fairview Park, Dublin, stage?

When do they play?

Sum 41 take to the stage at Fairview Park on Wednesday, June 19th.

Are tickets still available?

Yes, at the time of writing there are tickets available at Buy tickets from accredited sources only.

What time should I arrive?

Gates open at 7pm, with the show scheduled to start at 7.30pm.


Who is the support act?

Dublin act The Scratch have been announced as the support act.

How do I get there and home again?

Organisers have said fans should allow for sufficient travel time to and from the venue. As traffic and parking delays are inevitable, you are encouraged to walk, cycle, use public transport and private coach services. There are no car-parking facilities on site and fans have been advised not to park illegally in surrounding residential areas.

By Dart: The Dart will run services to and from the concert. If you are planning on using the Dart, you can get off at Clontarf Road station. More information can be found at

By bus: Dublin Bus will run services within walking distance of the concert. From the city centre, the buses leave from Eden Quay (14, 15, 27a, 27b), Abbey Street Lower (6, H1, H2, H3, 130) and Talbot Street (42, 43). Fans should get off at Fairview Park bus stop.

There will be signs on approach to the concert, which will take place at the Annesley Bridge end of Fairview Park.

Map showing location of Fairview Park venue stage
Map showing location of Fairview Park venue stage

What will they play?

At a recent show in Virginia, USA, the band played a lengthy gig with a whopper two encores, Here’s what you can expect from the Dublin show:

  • Motivation
  • The Hell Song
  • Over My Head (Better off Dead)
  • No Reason
  • Underclass Hero
  • Some Say
  • Landmines
  • Dopamine
  • We’re All to Blame
  • Walking Disaster
  • With Me
  • Makes No Difference
  • My Direction / No Brains / All Messed Up
  • (Drum solo)
  • Preparasi a salire
  • Rise Up
  • We Will Rock You
  • Ring of Fire
  • Pieces
  • Fat Lip
  • Still Waiting
  • Summer
  • Waiting on a Twist of Fate
  • In Too Deep
  • So Long Goodbye

What’s the story with security?

Under 16′s must be always accompanied by someone over 25. Unaccompanied under-16s will be refused entry without a refund. Bring your passport, Garda age card or driving licence as evidence of your date of birth as strict age monitoring will be in place.

Allow time for security checks on the way in. Bags larger than A4 size will not be permitted and all bags may be searched, and this can be time-consuming, so consider going bagless for easier entry. There will be no cloakroom or storage facilities.

No umbrellas, alcohol, garden furniture, selfie sticks, flares, glasses or cans, among other items, will be allowed into the event. There are no readmissions to the concert, so once you leave there’s no getting back in.

Can I take photographs at the concert?

Yes, but only with a smartphone or small digital camera. Professional cameras with a detachable lens and any other recording equipment are banned.

What’s the weather forecast?

According to Met Éireann, dry conditions are expected. As always with weather in Ireland, the forecast is subject to change.

Regardless, remember that Fairview Park is a standing only venue taking place on grass under canvas so dress accordingly for Irish weather; think wellies, boots or runners, layers, raincoats/ponchos and sun cream, but remember no umbrellas.

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Conor Capplis

Conor Capplis

Conor Capplis is a journalist with the Irish Times Group