Wild Youth announce Irish & UK tour dates
Irish indie-poppers Wild Youth celebrate the release of their new EP Forever Girl by announcing their ten-date headline 2022 tour.
Entertaining audiences with their multiple television performances on RTE’s The Late Late Show, this tour will be a return to the stage for Wild Youth, who have continued to build their fanbase throughout 2020 and 2021 with their songs receiving over 10M streams across Spotify alone.
David Whelan, Conor O’Donohoe, Ed Porter and Callum McAdam’s creativity has seen them hit the road in coveted support slots for household names like Mumford and Sons, The Script and Niall Horan in the past as well as performing in iconic venues such as London’s Royal Albert Hall, headline shows at The Olympia Theatre in Dublin, the main stage at Electric Picnic, as well as two sold-out shows to a staggering 160K+ in Croke Park supporting Westlife plus a well-received set at the sold-out Longitude Festival.
The band will take on a tour across Ireland and the UK kicking off in Cork's Cyprus Avenue on February 24th in 2022. Tickets for the tour will go on sale at 10am this Friday April 9th at 10am via ticketmaster.ie
The full list of dates are:
Feb 24 – Cork, Ireland – Cyprus Avenue
Feb 25 – Limerick, Ireland – Dolans
Feb 26 – Galway, Ireland – Roisin Dubh
Mar 3 – Dublin, Ireland – Academy
Mar 5 – Belfast, Northern Ireland – Limelight 2
Mar 8 – Manchester, UK – The Deaf Institute
Mar 9 – Glasgow, Scotland – King Tut’s
Mar 10 – Birmingham, UK – Hare & Hounds 2
Mar 11 – London, UK - Omeara
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