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Friday 24 October 2014

Singer Del Rey sells out show, announces second

AMERICAN singer Lana Del Rey is one popular lady.

Such has been the demand to see the Video Games singer in Dublin next May that promoters have laid on a second Irish gig.

Tickets to see her performing at Vicar Street on May 26 have already sold out since going on sale last Monday, so another date has been added for May 27.

A virtual unknown this time last year, her debut album Born to Die took the pop charts by storm.

Tickets are on sale now from Ticketmaster for €44.05.



THE social scene will take on a decidedly festive feel tonight.

M&S has nipped in ahead of the posse by laying on a Christmas food press show. A select number of invited guests have been asked to join marketing manager Carmel Breheny at the bash at its Rooftop restaurant on Grafton Street.

Meanwhile, over on South William Street, the founders of the infamous Funky Christmas Jumpers will be having their own shin-dig, unveiling their pop-up boutique.

And finally, the Hospital Group will be having a bash at their Kildare Street base, showing off all the latest procedures that are helping Dublin's glamour pusses look their best this season.



WE'LL have the Grammy-Award winning Bon Iver in our midst next week.

Band creator Justin Vernon has seen his star rise over the past number of years since the release of his debut album For Emma, Forever Ago in 2008.

A subsequent release, Holocene, went on to pick up a string of gongs, and Justin has also collaborated with a number of eclectic artists including Kanye West, Nicki Minaj and Jay Z.

Tickets to see him at the O2 Dublin on November 12 are priced from €36.50 from the usual outlets.



CHART-topping crooner Lionel Richie has just announced more details for his first European tour since 2009.

He'll be taking in dates all over Europe before coming to the O2 Dublin on December 11.

He will bring his Tuskegee tour here this winter to give Irish fans a mixture of material from some of his best-known songs from his lengthy career.

His latest album sees the Dancing On The Ceiling star joining forces with renowned artists such as Shania Twain, Kenny Rogers and Willie Nelson along with young starlet Pixie Lott.

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