Rita Ora, Clean Bandit and The Chainsmokers to join Picture This for Summer In The City

Fans of Picture This, Clean Bandit, Rita Ora and The Chainsmokers will get the chance to see them next year in Dublin.

Summer In The City, Ireland’s newest open-air event coming to RDS Dublin, will run over two days in June.

Picture This, will perform on Saturday, 23rd June along with Clean Bandit, JP Cooper and Little Hours.

The following day, Sunday, 24th June the hottest artist producer duo The Chainsmokers will take to the stage alongside Pop sensation Rita Ora.

Picture This have had a phenomenal year with the release of their self-titled album storming into the charts at #1, the highest charting entry for a debut artist this year.

Already certified platinum, the album has dominated the Top Five album charts since its release.

The band have just come off the back of a sold-out UK and Ireland tour, including two dates at 3Arena Dublin.

The Chainsmokers released their brand-new album memories..do not open this year, which featured hit singles “Something Like This” which is certified gold and has received over 115 million streams on Spotify—as well as the Top 10 radio hit and Platinum-certified single “Paris”—whose official videos have surpassed 225 million combined views to date.

Tickets available from Ticketmaster outlets nationwide and online from €49.90. Additional charges may apply.


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