The 2FM Xmas Ball line-up is AMAZING

Details about this year’s 2FM Xmas Ball have finally been revealed, and the line-up so far is AMAZING.

The event will take place, once again, in the 3Arena on Saturday December 3rd, and according to the list of scheduled acts so far – ticket holders will be in for a SERIOUS treat.

The line-up includes Aine Cahill, Brian Deady, The Academic, ALL TVVINS, Picture This, and the wonderful Jenny Greene and the RTE Concert Orchestra – who will be reliving some of their incredible moments from Electric Picnic this year.

Even more exciting, major Irish band Kodaline will headline this year’s ball – which fans will go crazy for as they haven’t had any Irish gigs scheduled since their Marlay Park gig this summer.

Amazing: Kodaline will headline this year’s 2FM Xmas Ball | VIPIRELAND.COM

The 2FM Xmas Ball will be hosted by all 2FM presenters including Nicky Byrne & Jenny Greene, Eoghan McDermott, Bernard O’Shea, Jennifer Zamparelli and Keith Walsh, Tracy Clifford and more.

Last year, the 2FM Xmas Ball raised an incredible €430,000 for the ISPCC, so this year, in the spirit of last year’s ball, everybody’s going to be giving their time and services for free.

So all the artists, the organisers, the 3Arena, won’t be charging any fee so that the maximum amount of money can be raised for the ISPCC this year – how amazing!

Tickets go on sale at 9am next Thursday, September 29, on Ticketmaster and all usual outlets. Tickets are priced at €39.50.

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