All Saints are playing a Dublin gig this summer and tickets are only €17
A few questions that I need to know...
... Are 'where are All Saints playing because we will be in attendance?' and 'how much are tickets to this gig because All Saints are class?'
The answers to the above are 'Leopardstown racecourse' - and 'just €17.' Bargain.
The four piece girl band will be headlining this year's Bulmers Live at Leopardstown alongside the likes of Coolio, The Blizzards, and Bay City Rollers.
They'll play their first Irish gig since 2017 at the racecourse on Thursday, August 15 and tickets for both racing and the gig start at just €17 so you'd be absolutely mad to not hop on that stunning music-based deal.
(And if you're under 18 and accompanied by a paying adult, you can even get in for free.)
All Saints are probably best known for their late 90s/early noughties bangers such as 'Pure Shores,' 'Never Ever' (are per the lede), and the lesser known yet wildly under-appreciated 'Rock Steady.'
The band was formed in London in 1993 as Melanie Blatt and Shaznay Lewis with sisters Nicole and Natalie Appleton joining three years later.
Their debut album reached number two in the UK charts and eventually became the third best-selling all-girl group album of all time in the UK.
Bulmers Live at Leopardstown will run on eight days starting on June 6 and ending on August 15.
The full line up can be found here.