Kingfishr Live At the Big Top – Kingfishr are Eddie, Fitz and McGoo, a 3-piece who met at the University of Limerick.
Kingfishr Live At the Big Top will be their biggest ever headline show
Local heroes Kingfishr will perform a ‘Live at The Big Top’ show in The Milk Market this December for their biggest ever headline show, topping off an incredible year including a sell-out tour and a blistering show in Thomond Park.
Kingfishr are Eddie, Fitz and McGoo, a 3-piece who met at the University of Limerick, Ireland, writing songs together and releasing their debut single ‘Flowers Fire’ in May of 2022, the week before their final exams.
They have since released further singles, ‘Eyes Don’t Lie’, ‘Heart in The Water’, ‘Anyway’ and ‘Headlands’ with over 2 million streams to date.
Kingfishr have had an exciting Summer so far supporting Bruce Springsteen at BST, support slots on George Ezra’s UK & Ireland tour & Dermot Kennedy’s Dublin show at Marlay Park. Alongside this they have performed at festival dates that include Live At Leeds In The Park, Barn On The Farm, Neighbourhood, Sea Sessions, Lytham Festival, Latitude & The Indiependence. In June the band sold out their Headline show at Workman’s Cellar Dublin, and this October have already sold out an Irish 6 date headline tour. The band will take to the main stage at Electric Picnic on Friday 1st September 2023.
They have also appeared on BBC Introducing Belfast, performed on Irish TV Series Other Voices, iRadio iLoveIrish track of the month with ‘Heart In The Water’ which sent the track Top 30 Shazam charts and in the top 100 Spotify Viral Charts.
UK Press support so far from The Independent ‘Spotlight’ Feature, All Music Magazine, Darkus, Mystic Sons and Spindle to name a few
Speaking at The Launch Mick Dolan says, “I’ve followed Kingfishr since opening for Hermitage Green Live at the Docklands. The show in Thomond Park (supporting Dermot Kennedy) was fantastic. It illustrated to me that they were ready for a step up for their own headline shows, this show is not to be missed.”
Tickets are on sale Friday, August 25 from Dolans.ie and Ticketmaster.ie