Jeremy Clarkson, you’ll be delighted. As will every other super fan of the brilliant rock ‘n’ roll soul hybrid Hothouse Flowers – they’ve announced a big UK gig on March 18 2017 at the Electric Ballroom, London.
This much-loved Irish band first made a name for themselves during the late 80s after winning ‘Street Entertainers of the Year’ award and being noticed by U2’s Bono whilst performing.
Shaped by over thirty years of singing and playing all over the world, Hothouse Flowers’ founding members Liam Ó Maonlaí and Fiachna Ó Braonáin are still rocking the stage.
Best known for their 1988 debut single ‘Don’t Go’ and debut ‘People’ which topped Irish charts and peaked at number 2 in Britain. Their follow-ups, ‘Home’ and ‘Songs from the Rain’ have enjoyed success with fans.
Tickets go on general sale this Friday at 10am. Sign up to TicketAlarm and you’ll be first in queue to pick yours up at our presale on Thursday 13 October at 10am. Do it!