All Saints Are Coming To Dublin And Tickets Are Only €17

All Saints Are Coming To Dublin And Tickets Are Only €17

Forget the Spice Girls, All Saints are coming to Dublin!

This summer is set to be a summer of '90s nostalgia. The Spice Girls and Westlife are bringing their sellout comeback tours to Croke Park, B*Witched are headlining Dublin pride and now 90s girl group All Saints have announced they are coming to Dublin. All Saint will be the headline act at this year's Bulmers Live at Leopardstown Racecourse Thursday, August 15th.

All Saints were part of the wave of British girls groups that came out on the back of the success of the Spice Girls. Unlike, the outright pop sound of the Spice Girls, All Saints were edgier with more focus on their harmonies and vocals than image. That being said, their laid back style of baggy trousers and cropped tops that flashed a hint of both hips and mid-drift influenced '90s school girls everywhere. All Saints burst on the music scene in 1997 with their debut single, Never Ever, which was the second best selling single by a girl group of all time in the UK, second only to Spice Girls 'Wannabe'. All Saints also released a cover of the Red Hot Chilli Peppers classic Under the Bridge and arguably their best song Pure Shores from 'The Beach' soundtrack.

Bulmers Live at Leopardstown will run on eight days throughout Summer and will kick off on June 6th. Here is the full list of acts:

June 6th - Irish indie rock band HamsandwicH will be kicking off the festivities.

June 13 - Some more '90s nostalgia, US Rapper Coolio best know for the hit ‘Gangsta’s Paradise’ will be entertaining attendees.

June 20 - The Blizzards fronted by Bressie will be performing their punk pop hits.


July 11 - Galway band The Stunning best know for the classic 'Brewing Up a Storm' will be taking to the stage July 11th.

July 18 - Carnival Extravaganza promises to see 'the famous Dublin racecourse transformed into a Mardi Gras-flavoured atmosphere'. Definitely worth checking out how they pull that off.

July 25 - Following their critically acclaimed performance in Leopardstown in 2017 'Something Happens' are back.

August 8 - Bay City Rollers will be performing their classic hits and some new material from their latest album.

August 15 - '90s pop sensations All Saints will close the event in a rare appearance.

The best part adult general admission advanced pricing for racing and concert is only €17, what a bargain!

To find out more about this event you can visit the events page here.

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Deirdre Kelly

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