The Killers O2 Dublin 2013 live concert date confirmed for Friday February 22nd!

Oct 15, 2012 5 Comments by Musicscene

After headlining Electric Picnic in early September 2012, The Killers have officially confirmed a brand new headline Irish Tour Date! Music Scene is delighted to reveal that The Killers will be returning to Ireland and gracing the stage of The O2 Dublin this coming February 2013. The Killers will be performing live on stage at The O2 Dublin on Friday the 22nd of February 2013. Tickets for The Killers live at The O2 Dublin will be on sale from 8am on Friday the 19th of October 2012 through Ticketmaster and usual outlets nationwide priced from €51.65 including booking fee. Click here to buy tickets for The Killers live at The O2 Dublin this coming February 22nd 2013.

Tickets for The Killers live at The O2 Dublin may also be purchased via the following telephone numbers:

ROI – 0818 719 300 / Northern Ireland – 0844 277 44 55

Please note: The Killers will also be performing live at The Odyssey Arena Belfast, Northern Ireland on Thursday February 21st 2013. Click here for full details.

The story of The Killers’ first ten years together – during which they went from Vegas bellhops to Glastonbury headliners, and amassing a collection of Brit, NME, MTV and (most recently) ASCAP Awards that their collective mantlepiece now heaves under – is a tale of runaway success.

In February 2010, after a decade spent on the road and with the end of a mammoth 18 month world tour in sight, The Killers were at a crossroads. They had sold over 15 million copies of Hot Fuss, Sam’s Town and Day & Age, visited every corner of the globe, and become one of the world’s biggest rock ’n’ roll bands in the process, but they found themselves needing time to, as Killers frontman Brandon Flowers puts it, “put everything into perspective.”

“Mark and Dave were pushing for it, while Ronnie and I probably would’ve gone and made another album right away if they’d wanted to. But if anybody in a band wants to take a break, then it becomes the right thing to do. And so taking that time off was definitely the right move.”

Now they are back. The Killers’ new studio album Battle Born is out now and lead single Runaways has been dominating Irish radio stations nationwide.

Click here to read our review of ‘Runaways’ by The Killers.

Don’t miss The Killers performing live on stage at The O2 Dublin on Friday the 22nd of February 2013.

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