I wasn’t actively planning for more concerts to attend, but I just came across a couple that I simply could not pass up.
First up is Massive Attack who will be playing the Royal Hospital Kilmainham in late August. I’ve never been to a concert there, but I can’t imagine it’s a particularly large venue, though I could be completely wrong.
The other one I picked up should be very interesting.
Ennio Morricone died back in 2020. During his career he composed the soundtracks to hundreds of films, though he’s probably best known for his work on Sergio Leone’s “spaghetti westerns”, The Untouchables and The Mission.
I love soundtrack music, so Morricone is already something I listen to regularly. While it would have been great to see the maestro himself before he passed away, this tour will have his son as conductor and should be a great spectacle.
The Ennio Morricone official tour kicks off in Dublin in November at the 3 Arena and it should be really good:
I’ll see what other concerts get announced. It looks like this year could be a busy year for me on that front!