The Coronas Limerick gig comes after their ‘True Love Waits’ world tour, scheduled for March 2020, was delayed due to the Covid-19 pandemic
King John’s Castle is set to play host to a series of high-profile gigs this summer following a take over by Limerick Council
By I Love Limerick correspondent Ava O’Donoghue
The Coronas are set to play King John’s Castle on August 19, which is sure to be the highlight of summer.
The castle has already played host to Gavin James over the Riverfest weekend, with Van Morrison due to grace the historic stage next month.
The Coronas, one of Ireland’s most recognisable outputs, have released six studio albums under their independent label, 3ú Records. Initially an indie success story, the band have built up a huge following with anthems like 2007’s ‘San Diego Song’ and more recently 2017’s ‘Give Me a Minute’.
They have achieved platinum-status sales on three albums, with their latest, ‘True Loves Waits’, crowned the fastest selling Irish album of 2020. As The Coronas album sales have increased so has their audience, seeing the three-piece sell out arenas, theatres and headlining countless festivals.
The band has toured in the UK as well as in Europe, Canada, the USA and Australia. Their return to Limerick is a welcome one after the ‘True Love Waits’ world tour, scheduled for March 2020, was delayed due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
King John’s Castle is set to play host to a series of high-profile gigs this summer following a take over by Limerick City and County Council in April this year. It had previously been under the control of Shannon Group.
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