Arcade Fire to play Dublin's Marlay Park on Glastonbury weekend

The gig will take place on June 29, 2014

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Arcade Fire have announces a huge show at Dublin's Marlay Park on June 29, 2014.

Support at the outdoor gig will come from Pixies, who earlier today announced their new bass player.

The Dublin show is scheduled for the same weekend as Glastonbury - and takes place on the Sunday.

Arcade Fire will also be playing two shows at London's Earls Court on June 6 and 7, 2014. All of their UK and Ireland dates fall in the festival season, which is in line with Win Butler's recent comments that the band will also play UK festivals next summer when he told fans they should "get [their] wellies ready".

When asked previously if the band would be playing any UK festivals next summer, Butler said: "Yeah, I hope so. It's a special experience." His comments have sparked speculation that Arcade Fire will play Glastonbury next year, with the Marlay Park show happening on the Sunday of the Glastonbury Festival weekend.

Arcade Fire play:

London Earls Court (June 6, 7, 2014)
Dublin Marlay Park on (June 29)


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