Tanjier will play their final gig of 2018 in the Balor Arts Centre this Friday 28th December. In the season of goodwill, the band have partnered with the charity, St. Vincent De Paul, Castlefinn, for the show.
The past 12 months have seen the indie-pop trio go from strength to strength, and Tanjier have brought their live show nationwide to the likes of Electric Picnic, Forbidden Fruit and Other Voices. Their recent tour saw them sell out their headline Dublin gig and support the likes of Sorcha Richardson, Le Galaxie and Ryan Sheridan.
Tanjier’s most recent single, ‘Lights’ was released in October and has amassed over 120,000 streams on Spotify and was featured on a number of ‘Best Tracks of 2018’ articles. They were chosen as Today FM’s ‘Irish Artist of the Week’, 2FM’s and ‘Fresh on Fridays’.
Although they are mainly Dublin based, Mick Killen and Ronan Lynch are from Castlefinn.
‘We are delighted to be back at the Balor this Christmas’ said Ronan.
‘Our gig last year was very special and to be helping a charity like St. Vincent De Paul gives us an even bigger drive to put on the best show possible’.
‘The home support over the last year has been brilliant so it’s great to play here again’, Mick added.
With support from Chanele McGuinness, the 28th December show promises to be a great night of music.
Tickets cost €10. Doors open at 20:00. Tickets for the show can be
bought online or by phone: https://balorartscentre.ticketsolve.com/shows/87358120 or (074) 91 31 840.
20% of ticket sales will be donated to the charity.Tags: