Arcade Fire Announce Irish Dates
Arcade Fire have announced they are to play in Ireland this year.
The band have added dates in Dublin and Belfast to their upcoming tour.
The Grammy Award winning band will play at Malahide Castle in Dublin on June 14th and Ormeau Park in Belfast on June 13th.
Arcade Fire haven't played in Dublin since 2014 when they played a huge outdoor gig at Marlay Park. The Montreal band are making their comeback following the release of their upcoming fifth studio album which is to be unveiled later this year. It will be their first album since their 2013 Reflektor.
This is the second gig announced at Malahide Castle for the summer of 2017 with The 1975 already announced last month.
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