Interpol add Ireland show to Antics 20th anniversary dates

9 April 2024, 11:13 | Updated: 9 April 2024, 11:20

Interpol Perform At Somerset House in 2023
Interpol Perform At Somerset House in 2023. Picture: Burak Cingi/Redferns

By Jenny Mensah

The NYC indie rockers will celebrate their seminal album with dates in November. Find out where they're playing and how to buy tickets.

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Interpol have announced 20th anniversary dates for their Antics album.

The US indie rockers will play a string of dates in the UK this November to mark two decades since the release of their 2004 Antics album.

The dates - which will see the band play their seminal album in full - kick off at The Halls in Wolverhampton on 1st November and culminate in a date at London's Alexandra Palace on 8th November.

Now, the Evil rockers have added an Ireland date to the string of gigs, playing the Dublin 3 Arena on 10th November 2024.

Find out where else the band are headed and how to buy tickets below.

See Interpol's 2024 UK dates:

1st November 2024 – Wolverhampton, The Halls

2nd November 2024 – Manchester, O2 Apollo

4th November 2024 – Glasgow, Royal Concert Hall

5th November 2024 – Newcastle, O2 City Hall

7th November 2024 – Bristol, Beacon

8th November 2024 – London, Alexandra Palace

How to buy tickets to Interpol's 2024 Antics anniversary dates:

  • Tickets for Interpol's UK dates are on sale now.
  • Tickets for Interpol's Dublin date go on general sale on Friday 12th April 2024 from 9am.
  • The presale takes place this Wednesday 10th April from 9am until Friday 12th April at 8am. Visit the Ticketmaster page for more.

Interpol's Antics was their second studio album and was released on 27th September 2004.

It included the singles Evil, Slow Hands and C'mere and peaked at number 15 on the Billboard 200 and number 21 on the UK Albums Chart.

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