Gerry Cinnamon announces Cork, Belfast and Dublin gigs

Gerry Cinnamon announces Cork, Belfast and Dublin gigs

Gerry Cinnamon is to play three major gigs in Ireland next year.

The singer, who sold out the Olympia and 3Arena in Dublin earlier this year, is to play in Cork, Belfast and Dublin next June.

It is part of his arena and outdoor tour for the summer of 2020 which will begin in Glasgow next summer at Hampden Park.

His first headline show next summer in Ireland will be on June 19 at Irish Independent Park in Cork where he supported Liam Gallagher last June.

That will be followed on June 20 with a headline set at the Belsonic festival in Belfast and then a show at Malahide Castle, Dublin, on June 21.

Tickets will go on sale on Friday, December 6, at 9am, priced €49.90 from Ticketmaster.

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