The Stone Roses – 9th July, Marlay Par, Tickets - €74.50:
The legendary Manchester rockers are back, with a concert in Dublin’s largest outdoor venue, Marlay Park. The 90’s aren’t dead yet and you’ll Wanna Be Adored as She Bangs The Drum to one of the most influential bands of the 90’s. So dust off those bucket hats and you won’t be feeling like Fools Gold in the Sun. Ok sorry we’ll stop now…
Beyoncé – 9th July, Croke Park, Tickets - €49.50:
If the Stone Roses don’t float your boat, the queen of R’n’B is back in Dublin playing the historic Croke Park. Coming off the back of her worldwide hit album Lemonade, Yoncé will be putting on a full show of new bangers, old classics and everything in between. We will be providing Single Ladies dance routine workshops in reception leading up to the gig. (We won’t, but your own workshops are encouraged)
Elvis Costello – 16th July, Iveagh Gardens, Tickets – €59:
A true musical institution, Elvis Costello is ready to Pump It Up in Iveagh Gardens this July. With a career spanning over five decades and collaborations with the likes of Paul McCartney and Annie Lenox, Elvis has earned his place in the Rock N’ Roll limelight but still hasn’t lost any of his energy or punch. Just a twenty minute walk from Jacobs Inn, this is a great chance to see one of Rock’s icons in concert.
Justin Bieber – 1st Nov, 3Arena, Tickets from €76.00:
What more can we say about Justin Bieber? He’s not just the little pop-child who churned out Baby for Youtube years ago, he’s now pumping out club bangers to make an entire venue full of people bop. Only a simple LUAS journey away from Jacobs hostel, we’re going to be hearing the high pitched screams from the 3Arena for miles.
Paul Simon – 21st Nov, 3Arena, Tickets – €76.00:
One half of the legendary Simon and Garfunkel, Paul Simon’s career can still stand up on its own. With twelve Grammy awards under his belt, experience a two-hour journey through the entire career of one of the most celebrated songwriters of the past fifty years. Visit Julio Down By The Schoolyard and listen to the Sound Of Silence. We’re usually Jacob’s Inn, but on 21st November you can Call Us Al. (Ok, seriously we’re stopping now)