2024 is set out to be another huge year for Irish live gigs, which is why we have created this list of upcoming shows so that you don’t miss out! Check out our 2024 Irish gig guide…
2024 Irish Gig Guide
Bombay Bicycle Club
Telegraph Building Belfast, 29th January
3Olympia Dublin, 30th & 31st January
Having most of their success in the early 2010’s, the indie-rock band announced back in 2016 they were to take a 3 year hiatus, returning in 2019 to the delight of their fans. They have released two albums since then, Everything Else Has Gone Wrong and their 2023 album My Big Day. They will be kicking off their tour in Belfast this month, following with a host of dates across the UK, Europe and the US.
3Arena Dublin, 8th February
Noah Kahan is set to enchant Dublin this February when he plays a sold out show at the 3Arena. The American singer-songwriter, with his distinctive voice and genuine stage presence, promises an intimate show for the Irish fans. The last time Noah was in Ireland he played as an opening act for indie band Mt. Joy, so playing his own sold out will definitely be a full circle moment for Kahan.
SSE Arena Belfast, 20th & 21st February
3Arena Dublin, 23rd, 24th & 25th February
Niall Horan is gearing up for a a brand new tour and bring his show to Dublin and Belfast this February, promising his loyal fans an unforgettable night. Niall played some of his new album to a huge crowd at Electric Picnic last summer and now brings The Show to his hometown crowd. Niall’s upcoming performance is sure to be a celebration of new and old music, and we can only imagine the support the Irish crowd will give him, this is one you won’t want to miss out on!
3Olympia Theatre, 17th & 18th of April
If there’s one person to watch in 2024, it’s Tate McRae. Touted as the next Britney Spears, her hit song “Greedy” has been inescapable on TikTok the past few months. In November 2023, McRae confirmed details for a massive European tour, which kicks off with two Dublin shows for spring 2024. Go see her in an intimate venue because guaranteed she’ll be playing arenas on her next visit to Ireland.
3Arena Dublin, 30th & 31st May
The Drivers Licence singer returns to Ireland bigger and better this May playing not one, but two sold out nights in Dublin. Olivia has firmly established herself as the new princess of pop and will be touring her number 1 album Guts, however you can expect t hear all her previous hits like Good 4 U and Deja Vu. She will be supported by the amazing Remi Wolf who is also one not to miss. Expect a night full of sing-along power ballads and plenty of dancing!
Fairview Park Dublin, 21st June
One of the many summer outdoor gigs this year lined up at Fairview Park is Swedish singer Zara Larsson. Zara last played a gig on Irish soil back in 2017 at the 3Olympia Theatre, so it has been a long time coming for her Irish fans. With a string of hits from Lush Life to All the Time, to her more recent tracks Can’t Tame Her and Words, this gig is a pop-lovers dream. Tickets are still available on Ticketmaster so grab them while you can!
Aviva Stadium Dublin, 20th & 21st June
Dublin is in for an electrifying night as Pink is set to bring her iconic live show to the Aviva Stadium this summer, promising an unforgettable show filled with high-energy hits. With a music catalogue to delight both young and old fans we think the crowd at this show will be a lot of fun! Pink is known for her live shows to include a cirque-du-soleil style trapeze act that sees her flying over the audience on a wire, and with the tour called the Summer Carnival Tour we don’t expect anything less.
Two Door Cinema Club
Fairview Park Dublin, 22nd June
Custom House Square, Belfast, 16th August
Galway Summer Sessions, 17th August
The indie-rock 3 piece from Bangor in Northern Ireland recently announced a huge outdoor show this summer at Fairview Park, the CHSQ in Belfast, as well as a show at Galway Airport in August. The band first gained traction in the 2010’s with their hugely popular songs Something Good Can Work, What You Know and Undercover Martyr. They’ve had continued success since then and their recent 2022 album Keep on Smiling, to much acclaim, and was their fifth album under their belt. Tickets for all shows are still available through Ticketmaster.
3Arena Dublin, 25 June
Grammy nominated Tory Sivan brings his show to Ireland as part of his EU & UK tour in 2024. The Aussie will be touring his latest album Something to Give Each Other. The Rolling Stones magazine described it as a ‘pristine slice of pop heaven’, and it is just that. This is Sivan’s biggest headline tour to date and if his latest single Rush is anything to go by, we imagine it will be the ultimate pop party!
3Arena Dublin, 26th June
After playing a magical set at Electric Picnic last summer, Tom Odell announced he would be playing his own headline show as part of the Trinity Summer Series this year, however due to phenomenal demand he has since been upgraded to the 3Arena in Dublin. This is due to be the biggest Irish show of his career so far. His newest album Black Friday is set to be released later this month on January 26th. There are a limited number of tickets still available on Ticketmaster starting at €59.90.
Aviva Stadium Dublin, 28th, 29th & 30th June
Everyone and their mother (and even their grannies!) have heard about the upcoming Taylor Swift gig. It has been the talk of the town since it was announced last year and tickets are like gold dust. If you have managed to nab yourself tickets to one of the shows, thank the Ticketmaster gods. With the capacity of the Aviva being around 50,000, we can only imagine that Taylor will pull out all the stops and will put on a serious show!
Marlay Park, Dublin, 5th July
After playing 3 sold out nights at the 3Arena in December, Hozier returns for an another huge gig that’s bound to be nothing short of sensational. The singer-songwriter tours his newest album Unreal Unearth and will be gracing the stage debuting some new songs along with some older hits like Take Me To Church, Cherry Wine, and Jackie & Wilson. With appeal across all ages and backgrounds, this Dublin gig is a must-attend for all music lovers.
Croke Park, Dublin, 29th & 30th August, 1st & 2nd September
Arguably one of the biggest band in their world, who are known for their mesmerising visuals and immersive live shows, take their Music of The Spheres World Tour to Croke Park at the end of next summer. Definitely one of the most highly anticipated gigs of the year, Irish fans have had a long time to wait for the band to make their return to Ireland, and they have shown just how excited they are by selling out an impressive FOUR nights at Croker.
Which gigs are you most looking forward to in 2024?