Dermot Kennedy has announced he is set to play a special one-off live-streamed show from the Natural History Museum in London on 30th July.
The show titled ‘Some Summer Night at the Natural History Museum’ will be a pay to view event with fans also given the opportunity to donate to the Black Lives Matter Global Network. Coming along to make an appearance at the event will be Paul Mescal; known for his role in Normal People, making this look set to be an incredibly memorable night for fans to be involved with.
Fans will be able to ‘attend’ the show from all over the world as it will be streamed at different times based on time-zones; giving everyone the opportunity to be part of this special night in Dermot Kennedy’s career. The singer-songwriter has already let fans know that this night is going to feature a unique arrangement of songs and we have a feeling there will be more surprises in store.
Last month Dermot released his new single ‘Giants’, taken from his debut album Without Fear which has broken the record for the most time an Irish Debut Album has spent at Number One so far this millennium.
Having had to put his touring plans on hold this year due to the ongoing pandemic, fans will now be able to see Dermot Kennedy on tour from April through to June 2021 at the following dates:
24th – Victoria Warehouse, Manchester
25th – Victoria Warehouse, Manchester
29th – Alexandra Palace, London
30th – Alexandra Palace, London
4th – O2 Academy, Glasgow
5th – O2 Academy, Glasgow
4th – St Anne’s Park, Dublin
14th – 16th – Gleneagle Inec Arena, Killarney
24th – Belsonic, Ormeau Park, Belfast
25th – Malahide Castle, Dublin
26th – Irish Independent Park, Cork
Tickets for Some Summer Night at the Natural History Museum go on sale at 9am tomorrow (Friday 10th July) and can be purchased from here.
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