James Vincent McMorrow will take to the stage at the Iveagh Gardens tonight.
The countdown is on to the country's first live gig in over 15 months.
Irish singer-songwriter James Vincent McMorrow will take to the stage at the Iveagh Gardens in Dublin this evening.
for anyone who didn't manage to get a ticket for the show tomorrow, I'm really happy to announce that we're live streaming the show in Iveagh Gardens on Youtube!— James Vincent McMorrow (@jamesvmcmorrow) June 9, 2021
Thursday 10th June, 7pm (GMT)https://t.co/DRy5ZZy51N@SorchaRichardsn @NCH_Music pic.twitter.com/xVvs6xSs0I
Kacey O'Riordan reports
Rapid antigen testing may form a part of trial indoor events, according to the Arts and Culture Minister.
Catherine Martin has defended not using them as part of the protocol around tonight's gig at the Iveagh Gardens in Dublin.
Minister Catherine Martin says they're trying to get a handle on the logistics around running such events:
Live music could return to bars and restaurants in the North later this month.
Deputy First Minister Michelle O'Neill says it could resume on the 21st of June.
The move will have to be rubber stamped by the Stormont Executive next week.