After announcing their Irish gigs last year, the time has finally come for Mumford and Sons to take to the stage.
The foursome will be performing on Friday 14th and Saturday 15th in Malahide Castle, with fans coming from far and wide to watch the folk-rock group.
Ahead of the shows, event organisers have shared some tips to ensure both gigs go off without a hitch.
Aurora – 5:25pm
Wild Youth – 6:15pm
Dermot Kennedy – 7:15pm
Mumford and Sons – 8:45pm
The show will end by 11pm.
Gates will open at 5pm on Friday the 14th of June and at 4pm Saturday the 15th.
Fans have been asked not to queue before the show and may be turned away from the venue if they do otherwise.
Bags larger than A4 size will not be permitted. All bags may be searched and there will be no storage facility.
No umbrellas, alcohol, garden furniture, selfie sticks, flares, glasses or cans, among other items, will be permitted at the event.
Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult.
A passport, Garda age card or driving licence will be required to prove date of birth when buying alcohol.
Due to the volumes of people travelling to the event, it is encouraged to avail of public transport and to factor in additional travel time due to traffic in the area.
Dart- the concert entrance is a 10 minute walk from Malahide Dart station.
Bus- Concert busses will leave George’s Quay in central Dublin for Malahide Cricket Club. Tickets cost €10 and it is advisable to book them in advance.
The car parks include designated spaces. Email email@example.com to register. For accessible-ticket queries call Ticketmaster on 0818-903001 (Republic of Ireland), 0333-3219996 (Northern Ireland and UK) or +353-818-903001 (international).
The weather is forecasted to remain bleak for both Friday and Saturday. Set to be cloudy and cool for Friday, showers are predicted throughout the evening. Saturday will be a little warmer with light rain throughout the day.
Tickets are still available on Ticketmaster for both nights if you fancy treating yourself last minute!