Picture This announce major Kerry gig

Picture This announce major Kerry gig

Fresh from their historic five dates run at Dublin’s 3Arena, Picture This have announced that they on their way to the Kingdom.

The Kildare band will play at the newly rebranded The Gleneagle INEC Arena when it reopens on December 20.

Speaking about the announcement, Mark Egan, Director of Entertainment at Gleneagle INEC Arena, said:

Picture This first played with us back in 2015 as part of their ‘Journey starts here’ Tour and we knew then they were destined for greatness. We look forward to welcoming them back on 20 December when they will be the first band to play the newly rebranded Gleneagle INEC Arena

The Killarney venue has invested over €500,000 in production and technology across lighting, sound and audio-visual systems and an increased patron capacity of 4,142.

Tickets cost €49.50 plus booking fee and will be available from INEC Killarney and Ticketmaster on Friday, July 19 at 9 am.

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