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    • Ghost

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      3Arena, Dublin, Ireland

      20 November 2019 (Wednesday), 18:00

      Anyone who loves heavy metal music from Sweden has heard of the band Ghost. Even people who don't listen to rock or metal music exclusively recognize the band for their explosive and almost eccentric stage performances. The band uses heavy makeup, metallic masks with suits, and tuxedos to completely hide their identities on stage. A big part of their success lies in their performances on stage, which is one of the reasons that guests and fans enjoy their shows.

       

      Fans of Ghost can see them perform live on stage in Lyon, France on February 3rd. Following that show, they're going to be in Paris, Stuttgart, Hannover, Oslo, Sydney, Brisbane, Columbus, Brussels, and Manchester. Their final date for 2019 is on July 13th in Trondheim, Norway.

       

      Ghost Background

       

      Ghost was formed in 2006 by the leader of the band, Tobias Forge. Forge originally wasn't interested in being the lead singer, and he initially offered the job to other members of the band. Everyone wanted to focus on their own instruments, so he was left with singing for the group. The band was formed with a focus on anonymity, and everyone who's a current member of the group is known as one of the Nameless Ghouls. The main leader is characterized as Papa Nihil, who's the third "reincarnated" version of himself.

       

      Together, the group released several great hits, their first big break being their album, Opus Eponymous. This album was extremely popular and reached number 50 on Sverigetopplistan. It later went on to be nominated for the 2011 Grammis Award, the equivalent of a Grammy in Sweden, for the "Best Hard Rock Album."

       

      Ghost’s Biggest Hits

       

      Despite the mystery of the band, or perhaps because of it, they're one of the forerunners in the heavy metal scene in Sweden. Ghost has had several successes through their theatrics, but more importantly, through their haunting music. Some of their most successful songs are "Year Zero", "Cirice" and "Square Hammer".

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    • Jade Bird

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      Green Room at The Academy, Dublin, Ireland

      20 November 2019 (Wednesday), 19:00

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    • Rex Orange County

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      Olympia Theatre, Dublin, Ireland

      20 November 2019 (Wednesday), 19:00

       

      Alexander O'Connor, better known by his stage name Rex Orange County, is an English recording artist and songwriter. He grew up in the village of Grayshott near Haslemere, Surrey.

       

       O'Connor has released two albums, bcos u will never b free (2016) and Apricot Princess (2017).

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    • The Mountain Goats

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      The Button Factory, Dublin, Ireland

      20 November 2019 (Wednesday), 19:30

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    • Lewis Capaldi

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      Olympia Theatre, Dublin, Ireland

      21 November 2019 (Thursday), 19:00

       

      Lewis Capaldi is a Scottish singer-songwriter. Capaldi achieved mainstream successes throughout 2018, and in 2019, reached number one on the UK Singles Chart with his single "Someone You Loved".

       

      On 18 February 2019 Lewis Capaldi  announced his debut album - “Divinely Uninspired to a Hellish Extent” will be released in May 2019.

       

      Lewis Capaldi rose to prominence through uploading recordings of himself in his bedroom, where he was discovered by manager Ryan Walter. Capaldi later released his first track "Bruises" on 31 March 2017.

      "Bruises" quickly amassed close to 28 million plays on Spotify worldwide, making him the fastest ever unsigned artist to reach 25 million plays on the platform. Shortly afterwards, he was signed to Virgin EMI Records and Capitol Records.

      Lewis Capaldi  supported Rag'n'Bone Man on his European tour in November 2017, and Milky Chance on their North American leg of the Blossom tour in January 2018.

      Subsequently, Horan invited Capaldi to support him on two dates on his Flicker World Tour at the Glasgow SEC Armadillo in March 2018. In May 2018 Capaldi joined Sam Smith on his Thrill of It All European tour, opening for Smith over 19 dates. He followed this by announcing a fourth headline UK and European tour, this time playing 2000 capacity venues across UK & Europe, including two nights at Glasgow's Barrowland Ballroom, with both shows selling out.

       

      On 13 July 2018 Capaldi was named as one of two acts in BBC Radio 1's 'Brit List', guaranteeing him three successive incremental Radio 1 playlist places.

      Capaldi was included in the line-ups for many festivals during the summer of 2018, including: Lollapolooza, Bonnaroo, Firefly, Mountain Jam, Osheaga, Reading & Leeds Festival, Rize and TRNSMT.

       

      Capaldi was nominated for the Brit Critics' Choice Award for 2019, alongside Mahalia and winner Sam Fender.

       

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    • Girl Band

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      Vicar Street, Dublin, Ireland

      22 November 2019 (Friday), 19:30

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    • Lucky Chops

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      The Button Factory, Dublin, Ireland

      22 November 2019 (Friday), 19:30

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    • Sigrid

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      3Arena, Dublin, Ireland

      22 November 2019 (Friday), 18:30

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    • Black Pumas

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      The Grand Social, Dublin, Ireland

      23 November 2019 (Saturday), 19:30

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    • Girl Band

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      Vicar Street, Dublin, Ireland

      23 November 2019 (Saturday), 19:30

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