Thursday, April 05, 2007

The View are coming to Dublin

The View will play two Irish dates at the end of the month.

The Scots play Mandela Hall, Belfast on April 29 followed by a show at Dublin's Ambassador on April 30.

Tickets for the Dublin gig go on sale this Wednesday (11) priced €23.

The hastily arranged dates come after the group's US tour was postponed for the second time due to Visa problems.

The band were originally due to tour the US in February but had to postpone the dates due to frontman Kyle Falconer being refused a visa following an arrest and charge for cocaine possession.

However after negotiations the US dates were arranged for later this month and were due to kick off in Cambridge, MA on April 30.

They too have been pulled, hence the Irish show.

The Dundee four-piece last appeared in Ireland as part of the NME Indie Rock Tour last January.

Their debut album, Hats off To Buskers, peaked at number 3 in the Irish Album Charts. 5th April 2007


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