Gavin James announces 3Arena date

Gavin James announces 3Arena date

Gavin James has announced a show at Dublin's 3Arena for spring 2020.

With over one billion streams and a 2019 Worldwide Tour, including seven sold-out Irish shows, Gavin James now returns to the 3Arena on Saturday, February 29.

It’s been just under four years since Dublin singer-songwriter, Gavin James, released his platinum-selling debut album Bitter Pill.

These past four years have been non-stop for James with tours across the world, playing to a global audience of over one million people.

After kicking off the year by counting down the nation to the New Year with a live concert and TV broadcast from Dublin’s Custom House Quay. Gavin stormed into 2019 with a worldwide tour, taking him to UK, Europe, US, Canada, South America, Middle East, Asia and Australia.

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The tour ends in Ireland this week with seven sold-out shows including three nights at the Olympia Theatre.

Tickets, priced from €39.20, will go on sale on Friday, April 26 from usual outlets.


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