Morrissey Confirms Two Vicar Street Shows As Part Of Tour


Former singer and songwriter for The Smiths Morrissey, has announced two shows for Dublin’s Vicar Street as part of his UK/Ireland Tour, Aiken Promotions have confirmed.

The tour which kicks off at Portsmouth’s Guildhall on July 8, will see Morrissey take to the stage for back to back shows in Dublin’s Vicar Street on July 15 and 16.

Tickets for these shows will go on sale from Thursday (April 6) via Ticketmaster from 9.30pm.

Morrissey will also take in shows in Liverpool, Nottingham, Leeds, and London.

Check out the tour dates below.

JULY 2023
Saturday 8 – Portsmouth, Guildhall
Sunday 9 – Nottingham, Royal Concert Hall
Wednesday 12 – Leeds, Millennium Square
Saturday 15 – Dublin, Vicar Street
Sunday 16 – Dublin, Vicar Street
Tuesday 18 – Liverpool, Empire Theatre
Saturday 22 – London, Troxy

Morrissey’s show at Nottingham’s Royal Concert Hall on July 9 was the same date that the singer had initially planned to perform at London’s Crystal Palace Park.

However, that show was cancelled, with an organiser releasing this statement.

“Unfortunately, Festival Republic can confirm that the show with Morrissey on July 9 at Crystal Palace Park will not be going ahead. This is due to unforeseen circumstances. Fans can check Morrissey’s official pages for updates on his live shows this summer”, they said.

Morrissey To Release New Album 

Despite confirmation of this tour, fans are still awaiting the arrival of Morrissey’s new album ‘Bonfire Of Teenagers’.

Having previously revealed that the album would arrive via Capitol Records this year, Morrissey has now reportedly distanced himself from the label, claiming that they were trying to “sabotage” him.

The former Smiths singer also called this album “the best album of my life”.

‘Bonfire of Teenagers’ is to also feature contributions from Miley Cyrus, Iggy Pop, and Red Hot Chili Peppers’ Josh Klingoffer.

Last month, Morrissey also revealed that he has recorded another album, titled ‘Without Music The World Dies’. No release date has been confirmed.