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As per Government Directive all events to take place up to and including 10th August 2020 will not take place , in addition to this events over 5,000 capacity have been restricted up to the end of August 2020.

Accordingly, Aiken Promotions is postponing all affected events during this time.

Aiken Promotions are currently working to reschedule dates and will provide an update for each event as soon as possible.

Thank you for your patience.


Villagers announce second Vicar St show due to demand!

Main Artist:
Line Up/ Support: Conchúr White


+Special Guest Conchúr White 



Vicar St, Dublin 

14 December 2019 (Sold-Out!)

13 December 2019 (Sold-Out!)

Villagers have released a brand-new single “Summer’s Song”. Written and produced by Conor O’Brien and mixed by the legendary Dave Fridmann (Tame Impala, Flaming Lips, MGMT).  In Conor’s words: “Summer's Song is the closest I'll ever get to writing a pure pop song. I just had to roll with it and I'm glad I did; it was really just an excuse to make the horns sound like sunbeams. Boy it's fun to play live. I can't quite believe we managed to get the magical touch of Dave Fridmann in on the mix”.

Watch the video for “Summer’s Song” here.

Stream “Summer’s Song” here

Villagers released their acclaimed fourth album The Art Of Pretending To Swim last year and O’Brien has a string of accolades under his belt including two Ivor Novello Awards, two Mercury Music Prize nominations and is a previous winner of Ireland’s Choice Music Prize.

Additionally, Villagers’ music has featured in both seasons of HBO drama ‘Big Little Lies’ – reaching the Top 60 Shazam charts in the UK and US last month - and their Spotify session of “Nothing Arrived” has hit over 130 million streams. 

Stream The Art Of Pretending To Swim.

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