Madness have announced an outdoor gig at Dublin’s Tinity College, as part of the Summer Series for 2023.
The band will perform at the college on 1 July 2023, with tickets going on sale this Friday (November 18) via Ticketmaster at 9am.
This show also comes as Madness also confirmed that they are currently in the studio, working on their first album in 6 years.
This show at Trinity College is also part of a wide range of Madness Summer Series shows across June and July.
They will see the band performing at places including Cannock, Middlesborough, Halifax, Cheshire, Swansea, as well as two shows on Irish soil in Dublin and Limerick.
See the tour dates below.
THU 08 | CANNOCK | Cannock Chase Forest
FRI 09 | MIDDLESBROUGH | Albert Park
THU 15 | CHESHIRE | Delamere Forest
FRI 16 | HALIFAX | The Piece Hall
FRI 30 | LIMERICK | King John's Castle
SAT 01 | DUBLIN | Trinity College
FRI 21 | SWANSEA | Singleton Park#Madness #Tour
— Madness (@MadnessNews) November 14, 2022
Madness And Paul Weller
Earlier this year, Madness were also joined by the former Jam frontman Paul Weller on stage, as part of their contributory gigs in aid of the Teenage Cancer Trust UK.
“We’re delighted to announce that Paul has been asked to join @MadnessNews at the @RoyalAlbertHall for #TeenageCancerGigs! Paul and his band will perform an acoustic set at this incredible night that supports @TeenageCancer”, Weller tweeted at the time.
These shows also included performances from Ed Sheeran, Liam Gallagher, Don Broco, Yungblood, and the Who. More on this from Nova here.
This forthcoming show will mark Madness’ return to Irish soil, having performed at Dublin’s 3Arena as part of their “Ladykillers” tour last year.
Along with Dublin, this tour also saw Madness perform across several UK places like Bournmouth, Brighton, Sheffield, Leeds, Manchester, Liverpool, Newcastle, Nottingham, Birmingham, London, Leeds and Cardiff.
More on this from Nova here.