Daniel O’Donnell has revealed that he will be giving up his fees for his next concert to ensure there is extra profit for his crew.
The Donegal star will be performing his first online live stream show from the Millennium Forum Theatre in Derry on Sunday, November 1 at 7pm.
The aim of the concert is to bring in some much-needed income for Daniel’s band and crew, who have been out of work since the pandemic hit.
This will be Daniel’s first time reunited with his band since the Covid-19 outbreak and he is calling on his fans to get their tickets soon.
“It’s only to make money for the band and crew and I said that if they want to come together then I’m happy to do the show with them. I don’t need anything from it,” Daniel told the Irish Independent.
Ticket holders will be treated to a two-hour set of Daniel performing his best loved hits as well as a selection of tracks from his brand new album ‘Daniel’, which was released on 16th October.
Audiences will be able to tune into the gig from the safety and comfort of their homes all over the globe. Ticket holders will be treated to a two-hour set of Daniel performing his best loved hits as well as a selection of tracks from his brand new album ‘Daniel’, which will be released on 16th October.
Concert tickets are €20 each and available from https://danielodonnell.org/livestream-concert/