Elbow announce Cork gig

Elbow announce Cork gig

Following their last sold out appearance in June 2014, Elbow have announced that they will return to Live at the Marquee on 21 June 2017.

Over twenty years and seven studio albums, elbow have achieved many of the accolades that mark out a successful band. Their cabinet boasts two Ivor Novellos, a Mercury Music Prize, a BRIT award for Best British Band.

Elbow remain the only band to secure four consecutive 9/10 album reviews from the NME and their releases have been a permanent presence in the charts since the release of debut album, ‘Asleep In The Back’ in 2001.

As they ready the release of 'Little Fictions’ their seventh studio album this February, the band are assured of their place in the halls of music history.

Tickets go on sale Wednesday 14 December at 9am.

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