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The Script to play free Dublin show for front-line health workers

Irish trio, The Script, have announced that they will be performing a free concert for healthcare workers on the 9th February at the 3Arena in Dublin next year.

In an official statement posted on the group’s Facebook page they said:

We’ve always been huge supporters of those working on the frontline of our health care.

“They make sacrifices day in and day out, working harder than anyone. Not only to make sure we have access to resources in order for us to continue to live happy and healthy lives, but to also help us and our loved ones through some of the hardest points in our lives.”

They added; “The very least for us to do in order to give back to their amazing sacrifices during this pandemic is getting to put on a free show for 13,000 HSE and NHS staff at the 3Arena in Dublin.

We can’t thank them enough for their continued service to everyone, much more now than ever. Danny, Mark & Glen x.”

Healthcare workers who want to attend the show will be allowed two tickets per head and must show relevant healthcare worker identification upon entry.

The Script released their sixth album Sunsets and Full Moons last year. Since they hit the charts in 2008 with their debut album, they achieved number ones in both the UK and Ireland. They most recently were on tour with their latest album.

If you are eligible for tickets you can get them here, from 7 pm this evening (7th April).

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Written by Ali

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