Dermot Kennedy announces new tour dates including his show in Cork
Dermot Kennedy has confirmed that all of his Irish tour dates have been rescheduled once again.
The singer songwriter took to social media to announce the news that his concerts would have to be pushed to 2022 due to the pandemic.
As a result of this, his planned date at Cork's Musgrave Park has now been pencilled in for 25th June 2022. Kennedy's other shows in Killarney and Dublin have also been changed to dates in June 2022. He has yet to announce a new date for his Belfast show. All tickets remain valid for all Irish shows.
Announcing the news, Dermot said "so unfortunately the Irish shows below scheduled for June this year will now move to June 2022. I ate to do it but it's just the way it has to be at the moment. All tickets for the original shows remain valid for next year, so hold on to yours! It's gonna be very very special when we do get the play these shows.
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