Due to phenomenal demand, The Gaslight Anthem have announced details of their second show in Dublin’s 3Olympia Theatre for Saturday 30th March 2024.

Their show on Friday 29th March 2024 is sold out.

With special guest Emily Wolfe

Tickets priced from €50.70 including booking fee & €1.50 restoration levy on sale now with Ticketmaster Ireland

Like so many of the most essential rock bands, The Gaslight Anthem have a rare gift for finding glory in the inescapable pain of being alive. On their new album History Books – their first new music in over nine years — the New Jersey – bred four-piece bring their soulful breed of punk to ten thrilling songs exploring everything from mortality to mental illness to the more precarious dimensions of human connection. In the tradition of their seminal sophomore album The ’59 Sound, The Gaslight Anthem’s sixth full-length ultimately achieves of the tremendous feat of hitting every raw nerve while endlessly inspiring wildly triumphant singing-along.

“A lot of this record is questioning all the bad stuff we see in the world and the difficult things we go through in life, and asking how to deal with it,” says vocalist/guitarist Brian Fallon, whose bandmates include drummer Benny Horowitz, bassist Alex Levine, and lead guitarist Alex Rosamilia. “I think the answer is that we’re all in this together and that somehow makes it okay, even when it’s anything but easy. The main message of the album is empathy.”

History Books wholly embodies the life-affirming emotionality that’s made The Gaslight Anthem so beloved over the years. “Making this album clarified that we want to keep doing what we’ve always done—because no one else can do it in quite the same way, and that’s something I’ve started to become very proud of,” says Fallon. “At the end of the day it’s just rock-and-roll music, but I really do believe it can have a positive impact on people’s lives. I think there’s so much beauty and magic in that.”


Fri - Sat 29 - 30 Mar 2024


3Olympia Theatre
3Olympia Theatre, 3Olympia Theatre, Dame Street, Temple Bar, Dublin 2, Ireland

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