The Galway International Arts Festival has announced a change to its concert schedule.
Due to personal circumstances, Kaiser Chiefs gig will now take place in 2023 with The Frames added to the Heineken Big Top Programme.
Tickets for The Frames are on sale from tomorrow Friday June 10 at 10am from giaf.ie The Frames released their first album Another Love Song in 1992. For more than 10 years they secured various record deals and line-ups releasing two albums Fitzcarraldo and Dance The Devil along the way. In 2001 they released For The Birds on their own Plateau label..
Amid constant touring the band released their live opus Set List in May 2003 to a début in the Irish Album Charts at number one.
Continuing their relentless global touring schedule, they signed an international record deal with Anti/Epitaph and released their fifth studio album Burn The Maps in September 2004. It went straight to number one in Ireland. The last time the band played at the Galway International Arts Festival was in 2002.
The Frames reconvened for their 20th and 25th year anniversaries with a string of sold out shows worldwide. 2020 marked the 30th year of musical collaboration and friendship but due to the pandemic the 30th anniversary gig was rescheduled to 2022 where on May 28 they played to a capacity crowd in Dublin to mark their 32 years together.
On Wednesday morning it was confirmed that Kaiser Chiefs sent their apologies to fans explaining that the decision to reschedule had been made due to personal circumstances beyond their control.
Kaiser Chiefs will perform in Galway on July 27, 2023. All existing Kaiser Chiefs tickets are valid for their show in 2023.