Heading to George Ezra in Malahide Castle tomorrow? Here's everything you need to know
Should be a good 'un.
George Ezra is playing Malahide Castle tomorrow, June 21.
If you've got yourself some tickets to head along, fair play, good for you, you're in for a good night, enjoy it.
If you haven't got yourself some tickets yet, the gig has unfortunately sold out, but we're sure you could secure yourself some online.
Folks are always selling, y'know?
Anyway, irrespective of whether you are heading along to tomorrow's gig, you have clicked into this article regarding everything you need to know about the Malahide gig, so let's get to it.
Doors for the gig are from 5pm on Friday evening, with George Ezra taking to the stage at approximately 9pm.
Support band KAWALA will take to the stage at 6.15pm, followed by The Vaccines at 7.15pm.
Getting to Malahide Castle from Dublin City Centre is easy enough with DARTs running as usual, however do expect congestion problems due to the number of people who will be travelling to the gig.
The closest DART stop to the concert venue is Malahide station, a 10-15 minute walk from the concert venue.
Concert goers are permitted to enter the castle grounds through Hogans gate nearest to the DART station. Access through other gates will not be permitted.
After the gig, a private bus service will run from the grounds to George's Quay. This bus will cost €10 and operates on a first come first served basis. Tickets can be pre-booked at bushiredublin.net.
The last DART going towards Dublin will leave just after midnight.
Umbrellas, selfie sticks, outside alcohol, garden furniture, GoPros and bags larger than A4 size will not be permitted at the gig.
Under 16s are expected to be accompanied by an adult and could be asked to produce Garda ID upon entry.
Bags may be searched upon entry, especially if they appear bulky or large.
The gig is expected to end at approximately 11pm.