Songs in the Key of U2

Songs in the Key of U2

Liberty Hall Theatre, Friday 17th May 2019

After a sell out show in November, Songs in the Key of D (SitKoD) are back to Dublin’s Liberty Hall Theatre on Friday, 17th May '19 with ‘Songs in the Key of U2‘.

Audience members will enjoy choral, band and soloist arrangements of a wide variety of U2 songs. Led by musical directors KC Fusion, expect to hear your favourite U2 songs uniquely arranged for the 50 person, 5 part choir with full band.

The SitKoD choir have performed sell out shows in the National Concert Hall, The Olympia, Smock Alley and Trafalgar Square in London. They’ve also performed on the Late Late Show accompanying Dublin legends Aslan on ‘This Is’ and most recently backed Glen Hansard for his Vicar St shows.

The choir will be joined by indie-rock singer-songwriter Johnny Rayge, a mainstay of the Dublin music scene, and a support act on the night.

‘Songs in the Key of U2’ promises to be a great night for all so get your tickets today!


Date:
Friday 17th May 2019
Time:
8pm (Doors 7:30pm)
Price:
€20
Address:
Liberty Hall Theatre, Eden Quay, North City, Dublin 1, Ireland

Google Map of Liberty Hall Theatre, Eden Quay, North City, Dublin 1, Ireland

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