Limited Tickets Remain For The Frames This Saturday At Royal Hospital Kilmainham, Dublin. Supported By Wallis Bird And Cormac Begley

Acknowledged as one of Ireland’s most successful domestic music acts of their generation, The Frames career spans three decades as they celebrate 30 years live at Royal Hospital Kilmainham this Saturday, 28th May.

With gates opening at 5pm, the evening is set to be one for everyone, with support from Cormac Begley, starting at 6pm, Wallis Bird at 6.50pm, and finally, The Frames coming on stage at 8pm.

Given the residential area of the Royal Hospital, a curfew has been set for 10.30pm.

Tickets are available from Ticketmaster IE.

See here for further information regarding concerts at RHK.

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