The Cure confirm details of 2019 Dublin gig

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The Cure have announced details of a huge gig in Dublin in June 2019.

Having previously issued fans with a ‘save the date’ for a gig in Dublin on June 8, the band have now Malahide Castle. Tickets will be on sale at 9am on October 10 and will be available here.

The long-running Crawley band celebrated their 40th anniversary back in July with a special show in London’s Hyde Park as part of the BST concert series. They also curated and played at this year’s Meltdown Festival.


The Cure are already well into plotting their 2019 gig itinerary, with the band looking to play around 20 festivals – mostly in Europe – next year.

Last month, The Cure were confirmed as headliners of the touring Rock On The Lawns Festival in South Africa. Those dates will take place in March, and will mark the first time that The Cure have played in the country.

Back in April, Cure frontman Robert Smith addressed the prospect of the band headlining Glastonbury in 2019 – admitting that The Cure “haven’t had a happy history” with the Worthy Farm festival over the years.


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