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Vampire Weekend Announce Dublin Date As Part Of Trinity College Summer Series

Tuesday, 12 February 2019 Written by Jon Stickler

Photo: Vampire Weekend Facebook

Vampire Weekend have lined up a summer Dublin show.

The New York band will perform at Trinity College as part of the summer series on July 1, with tickets for the show set to go on sale at 9am on February 15, priced €49.90 including fees.

The band returned last month with Harmony Hall and 2021, the first two singles from their upcoming fourth album, 'Father of the Bride', which is yet to recieve a release date. They've also lined up a North American tour which is set to commence in the summer.

Vampire Weekend Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Mon July 01 2019 - DUBLIN Trinity College

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