Irish band Picture This has revealed plans for two major open-air concerts in Dublin and Cork in the summer of 2024. The performances are set for St Anne’s Park, Dublin, on Saturday, 1st June, and Musgrave Park, Cork, on Saturday, 15th June.
Tickets for the events, priced at €49.90 including booking fees, will be available from 10am this Friday through www.ticketmaster.ie.
Calum Scott is confirmed as the special guest for both the Dublin and Cork shows.
Originating from Athy, Co. Kildare, Picture This was formed by childhood friends Ryan Hennessy and Jimmy Rainsford. The band gained initial recognition in 2015 with their song "Take My Hand." Later, Owen Cardiff and Cliff Deane joined, completing the lineup. Their debut album, released in 2017, achieved the No.1 spot on the Irish music charts and went triple platinum. Their second album, "MDRN LV," released in 2019, also topped the Irish charts and made an impact on the UK albums chart.
With over 450 million total streams, Picture This has sold out venues, including a five-night run at Dublin’s 3Arena, and headlined Electric Picnic’s Main Stage twice. Their October 2023 UK and Ireland tour saw multiple sold-out dates, extending their reach to 20 European cities in November 2023.
The band has announced their fourth studio album, “Parked Car Conversations,” scheduled for release via RCA Records, Germany. This follows the release of their singles 'Get On My Love' and ‘Leftover Love’. The album will be available in various formats, including CD, LP, and a limited edition book featuring photos and stories from the band’s journey.
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