Ahead of his huge show at Malahide Castle next Friday, ‘Paradise’ singer-songwriter George Ezra has announced who’ll be joining him for the gig.
Taking to social media, Ezra revealed that well-loved indie band The Vaccines and upcoming rockers Kawala will be supporting him on his mini-Irish tour next week.
Hitting up Malahide Castle on June 21, a crowd of around 20,000 people is expected for the massive outdoor show. The shows will be some of Ezra’s biggest in Ireland yet, and are part of the Hertfordshire lad’s ‘Staying At Tamara’s’ tour in support of his most recent album.
Gates for the Malahide gig will open at 5pm on the day, with promoters asking people not to queue ahead of the start of doors opening. Full public information on security measures and transport is available here.
Ladies and Gentlemen, we are less than two weeks away from my biggest Irish gigs to date! ☘️ I am #buzzing to announce that @thevaccines and @kawalaofficial will be joining me for the shows in Cork, Dublin and Belfast. See you there for a boogie🕺🎉 pic.twitter.com/rVlRBG91iu— george E Z R A (@george_ezra) June 10, 2019
Ezra is one of a string of acts playing the Fingal venue this Summer, with The Cure and Snow Patrol taking to the stage last week and both Mumford and Sons and Noel Gallagher expected to rock out the venue this weekend. Lana Del Rey will also play the northside venue on June 22nd.
For more information on the Malahide Castle gigs, visit MCD’s website.