Beady Eye set for second Dublin date
THEY stormed the stage at Glastonbury last weekend.
So it comes as no surprise that demand for Beady Eye’s Dublin concert has shot through the roof.
The band, fronted by former Oasis star Liam Gallagher, has now added a second Dublin date due to phenomenal demand, promoters MCD announced earlier today.
Beady Eye opened Glastonbury last weekend with a surprise set, with material from their Top 5 album. They also played two Oasis songs – ‘Rock n Roll Star’ and ‘Morning Glory’.
The band were already scheduled to play the Olympia in Dublin on November 7 – they will play their second date on November 8.
Meanwhile, Welsh band Manic Street Preachers will play the Olympia on Friday, September 20.
Their UK & Ireland tour comes on the back of their new album ‘Rewind the Film’ which is scheduled for release on September 16.
The Manics have just finished a tour in Australia and New Zealand where they played several shows to tie in with the British and Irish Lions tour.
Tickets for both gigs are available from Ticketmaster.