The Saw Doctors have announced a pre-Christmas show at Dublin’s 3Olympia Theatre.
Fresh from taking to the stage at the venue for their first show in the Irish capital in 6 years last Saturday (October 14), the band have added a date at the venue for December 7.
Tickets for this show will go on sale on Friday 20 October at 10am via Ticketmaster. Find out more here.
The Saw Doctors will also be performing at the 3Olympia on Friday 27, and Saturday 28 of October.
These dates were confirmed by the Saw Doctors, who comprise of Davy Carton (vocals), and guitarist Leo Moran, also include drummer Will Merrigan, saxophonist Rickie O’Neill bassist Kieran Duddy, as well as backing vocalist Noelie McDonnell, announced these shows back in May.
The Saw Doctors have released countless hits, including 1990’s ‘I Usedta Love Her’, which became the biggest selling single in Ireland.
“an important message”
Ahead of last weekend’s show, MCD Productions issued an important message to concert attendees, as the gig also coincided with Ireland’s Rugby World Cup clash with New Zealand.
“An important message for fans attending The Saw Doctors’ concert at 3Olympia this Saturday night! 3Olympia Theatre wish to inform fans attending the show that the band will take to the stage at 10pm following the Ireland vs New Zealand rugby world cup quarter final”.
They also added, “The game will be screened on the venue’s big screen – kick off 8pm 7pm: Doors open 8pm: Ireland vs New Zealand on the big screen 10pm: The Saw Doctors”.
More on this from Nova here.