Bell X1 announce Acoustic Tour

Irish band Bell X1 have announced an acoustic tour of Ireland and this October. The tour will feature a staggering 18 gigs in just 31 days, between the first and the 31st of October.

It begins in the band’s hometown of Newbridge Co. Kildare and finishes in the Union Chapel in London on the 21st.

Bell X1 are renowned as one of Ireland’s best live bands, and the quality and success of their live album ‘Field Recordings’ proves this.

They came to prominence in the noughties, with Damien Rice leaving the band, but leading to no lack of success for them: They released hits such as ‘Rocky took a lover’, ‘Flame’ and ‘Blue Lights On The Runway’ and are often been compared to bands like Talking Heads.

Before this Autumn tour even goes ahead, Bell X1 are supporting Ed Sheeran in his Croke Park gigs in Dublin this summer, which is set to be a fantastic gig.

For Irish Bell X1 fans this will be an autumn treat as almost every corner of the country is served by the tour.

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Heres a list of the Gigs:

Thu 1st – Riverbank Arts Centre, Newbridge
Fri 2nd – INEC Acoustic Room, Killarney
Sat 3rd – Cork Opera House, Cork
Sun 4th – Debarras, Clonakilty
Thu 8th – Town Hall Theatre, Galway
Fri 9th – Backstage Theatre, Longford
Sat 10th – Theatre Royale, Waterford
Thu 15th – Spirit Store, Dundalk
Fri 16th – Belfast (venue TBA)
Sat 17th – The Guildhall, Derry
Sun 18th – Balor Theatre, Ballybofey
Wed 21st – Union Chapel, London
Thu 22nd – Set Theatre, Kilkenny
Fri 23rd – Spiegeltent, Wexford
Sat 24th – Lime Tree Theatre, Limerick
Sun 25th – National Concert Hall, Dublin
Fri 30th – Glor Theatre, Ennis
Sat 31st – Hawk’s Well Theatre, Sligo

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