Live At The Marquee, Cork
Thursday 28th May 2020
Live at Botanic Gardens, Belfast
Friday 29th May 2020
Tickets on sale Friday, 31st January at 9AM
Ahead of their gig in Live at Botanic Gardens on Friday 29th Ma, Fontaines D.C. have released a documentary, which can be shown on the link below.
Following their recent show at the Ulster Hall which sold out instantly tickets were released and forthcoming multiple sold out shows including Iveagh Gardens, Dublin on 4th July,Fontaines D.C. have announced two more shows for 2020. The Band will appear at Live At The Marquee, Cork on 28th May followed by Live At Botanic Gardens in Belfast on 29th May. Both Shows are proudly presented by Aiken Promotions and will go on sale Friday 31st January at 9am from all usual outlets.
Fontaines D.C. has been crowned as one of the most exciting live acts to emerge out of Ireland in recent years.
Their long-awaited and highly-anticipated debut album, Dogrel, was released last April with exceptional reviews locally and internationally. Along with a run of sell out shows in Ireland and beyond, highlights of 2019 also included a remarkable performance on The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon which can be viewed here.
With a summer filled of festival dates and headline shows, Fontaines D.C. are most definitely living up to their hype.
Quotes from media:
Brilliant, top to bottom” – The Guardian (★★★★★)
“One of guitar music’s most essential new voices” – NME (★★★★★)
“An inspired debut album from a special band” – CLASH (9/10)
“Exceptional” – DIY (4.5/5)
“Poetic and powerful” – Steve Lamacq, BBC 6 Music
“Open intensity and proud sensitivity might explain why a traditional white-dude rock band has hit a nerve, when the world seems to need anything but more white-dude rock.” – The New York Times
“Burly, relentless, and surprisingly tuneful, Dogrel is an anti-capitalist gut check with a relevance that extends far beyond the Emerald Isle.” – Pitchfork (Great Records You May Have Missed: Spring 2019; 8.0/10)
“Some of the most gripping underground guitar music the world has seen in years” – NME
“A striking debut” – Q (★★★★)