The Big List of Concerts

As you can see from this list, I go & have been to a hell of a lot of concerts. When I was younger, my parents used to bring me and my sisters to all sorts of concerts and gigs all over the country. I never really broke the habit if I’m honest.

I love nothing more than a great gig where the tunes and drinks are flowing. A gig in the Big Top during The Galway Arts Festival is my idea of a perfect night out.

Gigs are always interesting because it’s usually the ones you don’t have high hopes for that are mind-blowing and the ones you think will be mind-blowing are merely mediocre.

Here is the somewhat full list of the concerts and venues I’ve been too – I say somewhat because I’m positive there are some I’m missing. As it is getting increasingly more expensive to see your favourite artists live, I thought this list might be handy. If there is any concert or venue you are considering going too and are wondering if it’s worth it, have a look at the list and if I’ve seen them or been there, feel free to ask and I’ll let you know if I’d go again.

The List

50 Cent (RDS, 2007)
ACDC (Punchestown Racecourse, 2009)
All Tvvins (The Roisin Dubh, 2017 & 2018)
Arctic Monkeys (Sziget, 2018 & The 3 Arena, 2018)
Basshunter (GMIT Moxegen, 2016)
Bell X1 (Campbells Tavern, 2008, Oxegen, 2010 & GIAF, 2016)
Bruno Mars (Marley Park, 2018)
– Scissor Sisters
– DNCE
Cascada (GMIT Moxegen, 2015)
Chasing Abbey (Fever Pitch, 2018 & Roisin Dubh, 2018)
David Guetta (Marley Park, 2012)
– Example
Duke Special (Campbells Tavern, 2007)
– Duffy
Ed Sheeran (The 3 Arena, 2013 & Pearse Stadium, 2018)
– AnneMarie (Pearse Stadium, 2018)
Eminem (Slane, 2013)
– Plan B
Enrique Iglesias (The 3 Arena, 2011)
Flo Rida (The Marquee Cork, 2009)
Game of Thrones Live Concert Experience (The 3 Arena, 2018)
Gorillaz (Malahide Castle, 2018)
Green Day (Marley Park, 2010)
-Paramore
JLS (The 3 Arena, 2013)
Justin Bieber (The 3 Arena, 2013 & RDS, 2017)
– Cody Simpson (The 3 Arena, 2013)
– Halsey (RDS, 2017)
Katy Perry (The 3 Arena, 2011)
Kodaline (The 3 Arena, 2015)
Lady Gaga (Aviva Stadium, 2012)
-The Darkness
Neiked (GMIT EOYB, 2017)
Maroon 5 (The 3 Arena, 2014)
McFly (The 3 Arena 2005 & 2007)
Miley Cyrus (The 3 Arena, 2014)
– Robin Thicke
Muse (The 3 Arena, 2018)
Olly Murs (The 3 Arena, 2013)
One Direction (The 3 Arena, 2014)
Oxegen (2010)
– Jay-Z
– Stereophonics
– Vampire Weekend
– The Coronas
– Florence & The Machine
– Biffy Clyro
– Eminem
– Bell X1
– Plan B
– The Black Eyed Peas
– The Temper Trap
– 3OH!3
P!nk (The 3 Arena, 2013)
Red Hot Chilli Peppers (Croke Park, 2012)
– Noel Gallagher and the High Flying Birds
Robbie Williams (Aviva, 2013)
Sziget
 (2018)
– Arctic Monkeys
– Zara Larsson
– Kygo
– Shawn Mendes
– Mo
– Goo Goo Dolls
– Dua Lipa
– Liam Gallagher
Taylor Swift (The 3 Arena, 2015 & Croke Park, 2018 (Fri & Sat) )
– Camilla Cabello (Croke Park, 2018)
– Charli XCX (Croke Park, 2018)
The Coronas (The Black Box, 2010, Oxegen, 2010,  The Marquee Cork, 2016,  Dublin, 2016  The Galway International Arts Festival 2014, 2015 & 2017, INEC Killarney 2018)
– Roisin O (The Marquee Cork, 2016)
– The Delorentos (The Black Box, 2010)
– Hermitage Green (INCE Killarney, 2018)
The Delorentos (The Roisin Dubh, 2018)
The Galway International Arts Festival (Big top, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018)
– The Coronas (2014, 2015, 2017)
– Imelda May (2014)
– Brian Wilson, The Beach Boys (2017)
– Bell X1 (2016)
– Damien Rice (2015)
– Jenny Greene and the RTE Concert Orchestra (2017 & 2018)
– Madness (2018)
The Script (Aviva, 2010)
– Tinie Tempah
– The Coronas
Tommy Emmanuel (Seapoint, Galway, 2016)
We Will Rock You (The O2, 2010)
Westlife (The Point Depot, 2004 & 2006)

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