Wild Youth Limerick: Described by the band as ‘sad pop that makes you dance’, Wild Youth takes you on a journey of falling in love, the hurt of a broken heart and picking up and moving on. Combining modern pop with classic influences from the likes of Prince and Michael Jackson, the 4-piece have created their own brand of emotional floor fillers.
Wild Youth to play Limerick’s Live at the Big Top
Dolans Presents have today announced that Wild Youth is confirmed to play Live at the Big Top at Limerick’s Milk Market on December 6th. Following their storming main stage performance at last weekend’s Electric Picnic, Wild Youth will play their Limerick date as part of their Winter tour schedule.
Described by the band as ‘sad pop that makes you dance,’ Wild Youth takes you on a journey of falling in love, the hurt of a broken heart and picking up and moving on. Combining modern pop with classic influences from the likes of Prince and Michael Jackson, the 4-piece have created their own brand of emotional floor fillers.
It’s been a busy summer for the band, which included two sold-out shows in Croke Park supporting Westlife, performing at the sold-out Longitude Festival and their main stage slot at this year’s Electric Picnic. Wild Youth consists of David Whelan, Conor O’ Donohue, Ed Porter and Callum McAdam.
Continuing on from the massive success of Wild Youth’s EP ‘The Last Goodbye, which debuted at #5 in the Irish Albums Charts, the Dublin pop-rock superstars went on to sell-out their first-ever headline show in The Olympia Theatre in March, support The Script in London’s iconic Royal Albert Hall and perform to a packed-out house in London’s OMEARA, run by Mumford & Sons member Ben Lovett.
In addition to a string of live shows, their outrageously catchy song ‘Can’t Move On’ has earned them over 2 million streams and was the most played Irish song on Irish radio in 2018!
Recently, Wild Youth shared the stage with the likes of Mumford & Sons and Dermot Kennedy at this year’s Malahide Castle, and Clean Bandit and Jax Jones at Sea Sessions.
Hailed for their electrifying live performances, the young Dubliner’s have found themselves supporting artists such as Niall Horan, The Script, Zara Larsson and Kodaline while sharing stages with the likes of Hozier and Gavin James.
Tickets go on sale at 9 am Thursday, September 5.
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