Concert organisers say they are trying to reschedule all events cancelled due to the coronavirus outbreak.
The stage version of Mrs Brown’s Boys is also coming to the venue, with three shows booked for June 12 and 13.
The Late Late Show returns to the screens tomorrow for its first show of 2020.
Live performance has always been the beating heart of the music industry. But today it is the big earner too.
Nathan Carter will take to the Live at the Marquee stage on May 31, 2020.
Fr Brian D’Arcy was born nearEnniskillen, Co Fermanagh in 1945.
Cars have been packed up with pop-up tents, toilet roll and plenty of food and drink as thousands prepare to descend on festivals around the country over the Bank holiday weekend.
As Aslan’s set climaxed with This Is, chants of “Olé, Olé, Olé,” rang around the Marquee in appreciation.
Acts due to perform at the Marquee in the coming weeks include Hall and Oates, Kris Kristofferson, Toto, David Gray, Tommy Tiernan, Bros, Christy Moore and Nathan Carter.
The best Ireland's country music scene has to offer will be lining up for this Friday's Late Late Show Country Special in what has been dubbed a 'family affair'.
Music legends Margo and Nathan Carter are searching for Ireland's next country star.
There is one thing we, as Irish people, love more than the phrase ‘one for everyone in the audience’ and that’s a good jive.
HE’S a former Olympic boxing gold medal winner, but when it comes to his latest sporting challenge, 51-year-old Michael Carruth says he’s a “raw beginner”.
From reformed pop icons to vintage rockers and singing showmen, there’s a lot to look forward to in live music in 2019. Here, in chronological order, Ed Power looks at some of the highlights.
Hold on to your stensons, folks!
Gold medallists, the nation’s favourite weather guru and icons of Irish broadcasting and country music join Ryan Tubridy on The Late Late Show this Friday night.
TV and radio star Lucy Kennedy set her fear of heights aside to help raise awareness for the Make-A-Wish charity, writes
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Both Nathan superfans and newly-turned fans gushed about the series debut episode on Twitter.
Turns out, it’s not ‘all work no play’ as workers have been spotted enjoying the nights as much as concert-goers.
"I feel Daniel O'Donnell's Yes stance in the Gay Marriage Referendum was directly opposed to the Catholic Church here,”
Some people see Pope Francis as a “global religious star”, Archbishop Diarmuid Martin said when discussing the pontiff’s pastoral visit to Ireland next month.
It is said that more than 80 thousand people will attend the event.
Picture this: A couple of thousand young women and men, in their late teens and early 20s, all crammed excitedly into a giant tent in search of romance, or at the very least, the shift.
Concert promoter Peter Aiken says he plans to stage Live at the Marquee in Cork city for the next few years despite the concert site being up for sale.
Duffy was debating with callers on whether the country music star should pay his fans for appearing in his upcoming video when Moore rang in.
The special also proved popular with younger audiences achieving a 30% share of adults between 15-and-34-years-old.
We're not sure country music fan will be happy about this.
There is one thing we, as Irish people, love more than the phrase ‘there's one for everyone in the audience’ and that’s a good jive.
Esther N McCarthy gets a front-row seat in tonight’s episode of ‘Ros na Rún’. She talks to some of its key players.
Still to come are storms Karen, Larry, Octavia, and Paul.
Met Éireann forced a change in the names of several storms because suggestions from British forecasters were too Irish, not Irish enough, and, in one case, too similar to a country and western star.
Far from being sensitive snowflakes, many post-Millennials are driven to succeed, says Deirdre Reynolds who talks to four young influencers.
Des O’Driscoll looks at what’s events are happening at the moment
Nathan Carter will return to play Live at the Marquee Cork this July.
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Nathan Carter has a new TV show starting on Sunday and a big gig lined up in Dublin in the spring. Life sure is good, he tells Ed Power
Keep calm and listen to Nathan.
The Irish Red Cross has revealed that it lost ambulances and life-saving equipment worth €250,000 in the floods that devastated parts of Co Donegal last month.
Hola. I have started going out with this Irish guy at work, he is very nice. The only problem is, his breath smells so bad that his friends call him Carrigaline. (I didn’t understand this at first. Then I went to Carrigaline.)
And after rigorous training, team building exercises, make-up and dance lessons, they are reading.
Not bad, Inchigeela. Not bad.
GIG WISE: Coldplay is the biggie this weekend as Chris Martin and co perform at Croke Park tomorrow.
He went on to tell the singer the story behind is famous hit 40 Shades of Green and how it led to a moment cherished moment with president John F Kennedy.
Never underestimate the power of a John Deere.
Blue Jean Country Queens from across the country, and from overseas, will be under the spotlight in Athboy, Co Meath, this bank holiday weekend, as the 30th annual festival gets under way.
He was rushed straight to hospital after host Ryan Tubridy, and other RTÉ members of staff, ran to his aid.
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