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The Danger Is Announce Crawdaddy Show

February 2, 2011

The lovely Niamh Farrell and The Danger Is have announced a headlining show at Dublin’s Crawdaddy on the 5th of March. Tickets are on-sale now from Ticketmaster.ie priced €10 & Booking fee. Support will be provided by VERSECHORUSVERSE, the side project of And So I Watch You From Afar guitarist Tony Wright. …yes, Tickets There […]

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IRISH NOISE! – The Danger Is (The Danger Is EP REVIEW)

January 21, 2011

Their second appearance in the Irish Noise series and there’ll be many more. No sweeter sound to Tickets There’s ears these days than the lovely Niamh Danger and her band The Danger Is. Quirky, fun, excellent, sublime, lovely, talented, well played, well written, emotional and just the bees knees in every respect under the sun. […]

IRISH NOISE! The Danger Is – All For Gold (MySpace Review)

September 21, 2010

Finding info on The Danger Is, is one of the toughest things we’ve had to do here at Tickets There. But after an amazing show from the lovely Niamh Danger and her band at last week’s Temple House Music Festival, we just had to write something about them.  There’s only one song on their MySpace […]

Tickets There: Gig / Festival Guide (June 2011)

May 31, 2011

Welcome back to the Tickets There gig guide. It’s been a long time since we did one of these but hopefully it’s ‘back for good’. Keep in mind, this guide will be updated throughout the month of June, so check back from time to time 🙂 Dublin Gig Guide Friday 3rd: Alarmist We Are Losers […]

PREVIEW: Temple House Festival 2011

May 26, 2011

Feel the excitement building? Anyone who was there last year is and with just over two weeks left until launch, Temple House Festival fever has well and truly begun. Over one hundred incredible bands, 4 stages, countless events and quirks, a medieval village, an arts trail, excellent food and a thousand other attractions, all set […]

Temple House Festival 2011: More Acts Announced

February 2, 2011

Folks heading to the Temple House Festival in June (10th – 12thwill be thrilled that more acts have been announced. The awesome Cormac Battle and Kerbdog are reuniting for a one off show which will presumably make them one of the headliners and Heathers, Miracle Bell, Stand, The Raglans and The Danger Is have also […]

Oliver Cole: Live EP Available For FREE Download.

October 10, 2010

In the build up for Oliver Cole’s headlining show at The Workman’s Club on October 23rd, Phantomanddevil Productions have released a live EP from Ollie’s performance at the Odessa Club last July as a treat for fans. The EP contains 7 Live tracks featuring songs from Ollie’s début solo album, We Albatri as well as […]

IRISH NOISE! The Paddy Usher Band (MySpace Review)

September 21, 2010

Tickets There are playing catch up today. With September being full of Guns N’ Roses, shows, a festival and a wedding, we haven’t had a whole pile of time for writing. We’re doing our best to flesh out the site a little but overwhelming tiredness, depression educing lack of funds and an eagerness to do […]

Oliver Cole To Play Dublin’s Newest Venue, The Workman’s Club In October

September 20, 2010

Oliver Cole has announced a show at Dublin’s newest venue, The Workman’s Club (located on Wellington Quay) for October 23rd Joining him will be his band, The Leaks and support is coming from The Danger Is who are lead by the most adorable, talented front-lady in Irish music since Cathy Davey emerged. Tickets are on […]

Temple House Music Festival Preview!

August 28, 2010

The Temple House Music Festival is just two weeks away and Tickets There is finding it hard to keep the excitement down. Three days of music, drinking, music, drinking, drinking, drinking, music and camping sounds like a lovely way to end a summer that’s already been pretty fantastic. So now that the date is getting […]

Temple House Music Festival – New Additions

August 12, 2010

The line-up for this years Temple House Music Festival in Sligo just keeps on growing. TH has announced the following additions the their lineup. Preachers Son, Bipolar Empire, Majella Murphy, The Dub Doctor Sound System, The Curtain Thieves, Shouting At Planes, The Revolutionary Commandos Of The Third Secret Of Fatima, The Little Beauties, The Trampz, […]

Vivian Campbell | Talks 2Tickets

March 7, 2014

For more than thirty years, Vivian Campbell has been a well-established figure in the world of heavy metal and hard rock. Since cutting his teeth with the influential Sweet Savage in the late seventies, Vivian has continuously worked with some of the genre’s finest artists. Firstly with the iconic DIO, where he wrote and contributed to […]

Review: Reckless Love – Live @ Whelan’s, Dublin (Dec. 2nd 2011)

December 4, 2011

Is there anything better than glam metal? Def Leppard did it best (not open for debate), Guns N’ Roses made it dangerous and Bon Jovi tried to kill it; but 2011 sees a plethora of young bands revitalizing one of music’s most infamous genres. About bloody time! In the thirty odd years since Leppard, Mötley […]

Tickets There’s: 10 Most Evil TV/FILM Characters

October 31, 2011

10: Kurt Dussander & Todd Bowden (Apt. Pupil) Perhaps overlooked in favour for fellow film Nazi bastard – Amon Goeth, Kurt and Todd from Apt Pupil are more than worthy of making the list. Despite his age and the decades that have passed since the war, Kurt still poses the evilness imposed upon him during […]

Lluther Announce New Years Eve Dublin Show

December 8, 2010

Dublin Industrial rockers Lluther have announced they will play a special New Years Eve show in the Gypsy Rose hard rock bar on Aston Quay (the old Viper Rooms venue). While the price and details are still TBC, we at Tickets There are delighted to announce that after hours of feverish research, dangerous complex equations […]

Michael Jackson – Michael (Album Review)

December 8, 2010

Michael Jackson, the legendary King of Pop is back with a new album! Anyone who ever doubted the man’s claim to the royal throne surely can’t begrudge Michael now that he’s managed to release his first full length album in nine years despite the small matter of his death just 18 months ago. Tongue in cheek […]

Pay To Play – Tyrants, Thieves and The Bands They Rob

October 13, 2010

If there’s one topic that every music site, blog, magazine and opinionist in the world has to voice their view on at one time or another,  it’s illegal downloading. Ever since the whole Metallica Vs. Napster fall out in 2000, the music world has become strongly divided on the subject of illegal downloading and file sharing. Bands […]

Axl Rose – Asshole or Hero? NME Ask The Question!

August 29, 2010

**Before Reading This Article – Be Fair and Head over to NME and Read the original post by clicking this sentence** Tim Chester over at the English music scenes answer to a cheap gossip rag, New Musical Express has posted a question based piece entitled, ‘Axl Rose – Asshole or Hero?’. Now normally the NME […]

Indiependence Music Festival – Line Up Expanded

July 15, 2010

Cork’s Indiependence Music Festival is shaping up to be quite the event of the summer. The line-up has exploded with White Lies, Alabama 3, The Coronas and Reverend & The Makers taking headlining duties. Currently the list of bands scheduled to appear includes several ones T.T. highly recommends. The lineup can be viewed below with […]

Guns N’ Roses: Europe 2010 Kicks Off Tonight

May 31, 2010

** UPDATED – 01/06/2010 ** Guns have just finished in Norway. No account of how the show went but reliable TT’s found the set-list. Seems shorter than previous shows on the tour. 1. Chinese Democracy 2. Welcome To The Jungle 3. It’s So Easy 4. Mr. Brownstone 5. Live And Let Die (Paul McCartney cover) […]