Interpol celebrates Antics 20th anniversary tour in Dublin


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Interpol is adding a Dublin, Ireland, show to their UK tour! This concert will happen on November 10, wrapping up the band’s UK/Ireland shows. Their 20th Anniversary Tour also stops by lots of big UK cities, like London, Bristol, and Glasgow, among others.

Plus, Interpol will be touring in North America, South America, and some parts of Europe before their November gigs.

Interpol’s ‘Antics’ tour: reviving rock classics

The Antics tour is a journey across the UK and Europe by the rock legends Interpol, playing their pivotal 2004 album, Antics, in its entirety. This album, known for its dark vibes and the unique voice of lead singer Paul Banks, gave us unforgettable songs like ‘Slow Hands,’ ‘Evil,’ and ‘C’mere.’ Even today, Antics holds a special place in fans’ hearts and is considered a contemporary classic.

They quickly gained fame with their unique mix of post-punk, shoegaze, and dark wave music. They first gained popularity with their debut album, Turn on the Bright Lights. This album was a big hit and made them a key player in alternative music.

Since then, Interpol has launched seven highly praised studio albums, including The Other Side of Make-Believe, released in July 2022. They’ve also sold over a million records across the globe.

The band is always touring, giving audience-inspiring live shows. In 2024, they played in the US, South America, Europe, the UK, and finally Ireland in November.

Interpol’s 2024 UK and Ireland tour dates

Interpol’s 2024 UK Tour will begin on November 1 at The Halls in Wolverhampton, England. It will end on November 10 at 3Arena in Dublin, Ireland.

If you’re a member of The Big House, you can begin booking tickets for the UK tour and latest Ireland stop on April 9, from 9:00 am BST. Make sure to register quickly before it’s too late.

Tickets for the Dublin show go on sale on April 12 at 9:00 am BST. If you can’t get presale tickets, you might want to check out Viagogo. It’s our top pick for concert tickets outside the US, especially for shows that are already sold out. If you haven’t had any luck there, StubHub is another good option.

Other artists coming to Dublin in 2024

Niall Horan

In 2024, Niall Horan will bring his touring spectacle to the renowned Royal Hospital Kilmainham. Following his complete sell-out at the 3Arena earlier in the year, the beloved Irish vocalist plans another performance in Dublin come August. This world tour, beginning in Belfast, UK, at the SSE Arena on February 21, 2024, promises to bring an unforgettable thrill to music fans around the globe.


Hozier has shared news about the largest UK and Irish headline performances of his career. After achieving his first UK number 1 album with Unreal Unearth earlier this year, he’s set to host major concerts, including a performance at Dublin’s Marlay Park on July 5, 2024.

Hozier, who has already sold over half a million tickets this year, is returning to the UK and Europe next month with his popular ‘Unreal Unearth Tour.’ He’ll be performing in several sold-out arenas, including London’s OVO Arena Wembley and three shows at Dublin’s 3Arena.

Take That

In September, Take That revealed they’re coming back with a massive live tour in 2024. In addition, they released their ninth studio album, This Life, on November 24.

The trio – Gary Barlow, Mark Owen, and Howard Donald – are scheduled to play 29 gigs in 15 British and Irish cities. This includes two shows at Dublin’s 3Arena in April and one at Malahide Castle on June 21.

Tickets were available from Friday, September 29, and quickly sold out, but it seems some resale tickets can be found on Ticketmaster.

Girls Aloud

Girls Aloud confirmed the much-awaited news of their reunion tour. Cheryl, Kimberley Walsh, Nadine Coyle and Nicola Roberts have planned to tour around the UK and Ireland next year. They’ll be visiting Dublin twice and Belfast once, dedicating these concerts to their late bandmate, Sarah Harding.

Girls Aloud is set to perform at Dublin’s 3Arena on Friday, May 17, and Saturday, May 18, 2024. The general public can purchase tickets for The Girls Aloud Show on Friday, December 1, starting at 10am GMT.

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