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Twenty One Pilots have announced a new show in Dublin

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Published: 2:27 pm, November 25, 2019
Twenty One Pilots have announced a new show in Dublin

Twenty One Pilots have announced a new show in Dublin.

The band will perform at the RDS Arena on 25th June, just a few days after their appearances at Hurricane and Southside festivals in Germany (19th-21st June), and somewhat suspiciously right before Glastonbury is held.

Currently, very few acts have been confirmed for next year's Worthy Farm event - Sir Paul McCartney will headline one day, while Diana Ross will fill the Sunday “legends slot” - so you never know...

TOP will also play Main Square Festival in France on 5th July.

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