Fontaines D.C.

Iveagh Gardens, Saturday 2nd July - Sunday 3rd July

Fontaines D.C will perform 2 nights at the Iveagh Gardens Dublin on July 2nd & 3rd 2022 in a gig that's not to be missed

“One of the best new bands of our time” – The Times ★★★★

“The most electric rock’n’roll band of the 2020s” – MOJO

“A maudlin and manic triumph” – Pitchfork 8.1

“Open intensity and proud sensitivity might explain why a traditional white-dude rock band has hit a nerve, when the world seems to need anything but more white-dude rock.” – The New York Times


Date:
Saturday 2nd July - Sunday 3rd July
Time:
6.30pm
Price:
€38
Address:
Iveagh Gardens, Saint Stephen's Green, Park, Dublin 2, Ireland

Google Map of Iveagh Gardens, Saint Stephen's Green, Park, Dublin 2, Ireland

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