The band announces a 4-night residency at the National Concert Hall for March 2018 - their only live shows worldwide in 2018
The Gloaming return home next year for a 4-night residency at the National Concert Hall from 5-8 March 2018. These will be their only live shows worldwide in 2018.
Since their formation in 2011, The Gloaming have sold out an unprecedented 17 consecutive concerts at Ireland’s National Concert Hall, celebrated a Number 1 album in the Irish Charts, won a BBC Radio 2 Folk Award, won a Meteor Choice Music Prize Album Of The Year, and have topped multiple ‘performance of the year’ polls and press columns, including The Irish Times and Hot Press.
The group’s annual Spring residency in Ireland has quickly established itself as a must-see ticket, and their 2017 residency of 7 shows sold out in record time.
They now announce a 4-night run at their spiritual home – the National Concert Hall in Dublin – for March 2018.
These will be The Gloaming’s only shows worldwide in 2018.
The Gloaming is Iarla O’Lionaird, Caoimhin O’Raghallaigh, Martin Hayes, Dennis Cahill & Thomas Bartlett
With the release of their highly acclaimed first 2 LP’s – the past few years have witnessed The Gloaming performing to packed houses in the world’s most prestigious venues.
Outside of the group, each member has continued to work on their own projects, which take them in various different directions. Martin and Dennis’ collaboration with Doug Wieselman and Liz Knowles as The Martin Hayes Quartet, Iarla with Eighth Blackbird, Dan Trueman and Paul Muldoon creating Olagon, Caoimhin on the new This Is How We Fly album and Thomas producing and performing with artists including St Vincent, The National, Sufjan Stevens and Father John Misty. These differing experiences all contribute to the unique dynamic they achieve, when they once again come together to play as The Gloaming.