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The Corrs are back and they're playing Dublin

Tickets go on sale next week.

Source: BBC Radio 2/YouTube

THE CORRS, IRELAND’S favourite trad-inspired soft-rock siblings, are back.

The band have confirmed a UK and Ireland tour to commence next January that will see them play the 3Arena in Dublin and SSE Arena in Belfast.

They played a triumphant show, their first for ten years, in Hyde Park on Sunday.

They release a brand new studio album 27 November on East West Records and kick off a tour on 19 January at the Birmingham Genting Arena. This is their first major album release since ‘Borrowed Heaven’ in 2004 and the subsequent world tour.

Andrea Corr - Party in the Park Source: PA Archive/Press Association Images

The Corrs will play 3Arena, Dublin on Thursday 28 January and The SSE Arena, Belfast on Friday 29 January, 2016. Tickets from €45.05 and £33.00 including booking fee will go on general sale next Thursday at 9am from Ticketmaster outlets and online.

The Corrs – Andrea, Sharon, Caroline, Jim- have sold over 30 million albums since their 1995 debut ‘Forgiven Not Forgotten’.

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