Radiohead play Malahide Castle in June

Fantastic. Press release after the jump…. RADIOHEAD CONFIRM DUBLIN DATE IN MALAHIDE CASTLE

RADIOHEAD have confirmed a date at Dublin’s Malahide Castle on Saturday 7 June 2008 (subject to license).

Tickets from €70.70 (including booking fee) will go on sale this Friday at 9am from the following outlets:

In person: from 100 Ticketmaster outlets nationwide
24hr hotlines: Tel: (ROI) 0818 719 300 (NI) 0870 243 4455
Buy online:

Radiohead release the album “In Rainbows” on CD and vinyl on December 28th. The single, “Jigsaw Falling Into Place” will be released on January 11th 2008.

“ ‘In Rainbows’ is a brilliant work. Once again Radiohead have proved themselves priceless”. –  Q
“Radiohead were always untouchable. For now, one of their finest albums is too” –  The Word
“Artistically and in terms of a new business model, ‘In Rainbows’ is a necessary masterstroke” -Mojo
“This is the best Radiohead album since ‘OK Computer’ -NME
“ ‘In Rainbows’ is priceless” – The Sun
“A very important album that doesn’t flaunt its own sense of import? Now that’s really innovative” -The Observer
“This sees the band at the top of their game” -Music Week


By Bus
Special Dublin Bus Shuttle Service depart Burgh Quay every 15 minutes from Parnell Sq.
Scheduled Dublin Bus Route/Bus 42 from city centre.

– By train: Suburban rail and DART from Connolly Station to Malahide.

– By car:
From city centre – start at the Daniel O’ Connell monument on O’ Connell Street, turn left onto Amiens Street R105 (signpost for Malahide, Howth and Fairview here). Go straight through traffic lights onto North Strand Road R105, continue on this road for approx .5 miles then turn left at the traffic lights onto the Malahide Road ˇ R107, continue straight on this road until you reach your first roundabout. Take the second exit on this roundabout onto the Malahide Road, continue straight until you reach another roundabout, take the second exit onto the Malahide Road (signpost for Malahide here). Go straight through the traffic lights continuing on the Malahide Road, you will reach Kinsealy, keep going straight and you will reach Feltrim and then Malahide. Turn right onto the Back Road and take the next turn left into the grounds of Malahide Castle.


4 thoughts on “Radiohead play Malahide Castle in June

  1. They’re one of the best live acts in the world today. Absolutely worth it! But that said, I don’t like the looming overall trend — I’m not sure at all about the idea of having a situation where fans pay little or nothing for an album and then fork out vast amounts to see them play live. Worst case scenario: you have a situation where everyone can listen to music, but only the rich can afford to see the band live. Not appealing…

  2. I paid 70 quid to see SFA, Toots & The Maytals, The Rapture, Groove Armada and Daddy G DJ set at Malahide Castle last July.

    Even Metallica are cheaper than that, and THEY’RE a proper live band to see..

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