The Script announce Belfast and Dublin dates for 2018
Irish rockers The Script have announced a number of new tour dates for 2018, including gigs in Belfast and Dublin.
The trio will perform at the SSE Arena in Belfast on Tuesday, February 6 before heading to Dublin's 3Arena for two shows on February 9 and 10.
Tickets for the upcoming gigs will be released from Friday, September 15 at 9.30am from Ticketmaster.
The gig announcements come after the band recently played a show at the Millennium Forum in Derry.
Despite the weather causing havoc in the area on August 22, the group performed a sell out gig after kicking off their run of intimate gigs in Dublin.
After a number of years away from the music scene, The Script have returned in 2017 with the release of their new album Freedom Child.
The album was recorded between London and Los Angeles and for the first time, the band chose to work with some outside writers and producers including Toby Gad and Nasri Atweh.
The first single from Freedom Child, Rain, entered the Top 10 on iTunes.
During their career, Danny O'Donoghue, Mark Sheehan, and Glen Power have sold over 29 million records and scored three multi-platinum albums, all of which were number one in the UK.
They have also picked up a huge following in the USA where they have four platinum selling singles under their belt.
The Script are also one of the biggest live bands, having sold over 1.4 million tickets across 203 headline shows, including a sell out concert at Dublin's Croke Park.
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