One of our favourite stars of the 90s is coming to Dublin tonight – to play a free gig.
Yep, Shaggy – he of ‘It Wasn’t Me’ fame – will be performing in Toners pub on Baggot Street, for a special Orchard Thieves event.
The cider brand, known for its tagline ‘Be Bold’, will be hosting #TheBoldHour, which promises to take back the hour that was stolen from us when the clocks went forward at the weekend.
The party begins at 5.30pm in Toners beer garden, with the music kicking off at 6pm, and fans (over 18) who haven’t done so already, are urged to sign up to DenOfThieves.ie and await further instructions.
Meanwhile, check out the Boombastic singer’s message for his Irish fans as he makes his way to the city….
— Mr Boombastic (@DiRealShaggy) March 28, 2016
Cider lovers in Cork and Galway will also be treated with special guest appearances – Reardens Bar in Cork welcomes The Rubberbandits, while in The Front Door in Galway, Made in Chelsea’s Spencer Matthews will meet and greet fans.
On arrival, attendees will be treated to an Orchard Thieves before the ‘bold’ activities begin. Those who feel like a spontaneous adventure can get involved in the lipsyncing battles which will happen across all three venues, with other adventurous activity such as blind tattoos and guest graffiti also on the cards.