Dublin-based rockers Kodaline are quickly rising to the top, exhilarating fans worldwide with their catchy pop tunes and infectious energy. Inspired by love and heartbreak, Kodaline's rich sound is packed with emotion, often striking a chord with fans during their live shows. Whether they're belting out hits like "High Hopes" or covering Macklemore and Ryan Lewis' "Same Love," the band pour heart and soul into their electric live performances, and their upcoming tour will be no different as they treat fans to hits from their No. 1 debut album In A Perfect World.
Kodaline got their start when childhood friends Steve Garrigan and Mark Prendergast brought their guitars to a summer camp in Dublin, spending the days penning songs together. Originally performing under the name 21 Demands, the duo added Jason Boland (bass guitar) and Vinny May (drums) to the lineup, forming Kodaline in 2011. Since then, the band has had a successful run with their 2013 double-platinum debut In A Perfect World, which peaked at No. 1 in their native Ireland and spawned two Top 10 hits. They've played massive sold-out shows and a number of festivals, earning a cult following in their short time together. The band return to the stage alongside Kings of Leon and Justin Timberlake for their upcoming shows, delighting audiences with fan-favorites along the way.
FANS WHO BOUGHT TICKETS SAY:
"Best concert I've been to in a long time. Very talented lads. I was sorry when it was over; could have listened to them all night!!"
"They put on such an unforgettable show and were so humble to be performing to 15,000 people in their hometown. It was breathtaking to be part of a crowd that was in awe of Kodaline."
"Kodaline were excellent. They sounded brilliant live, it was even better than listening to them on CD. Overall I would highly recommend their concert and I will definitely be going to their next gig!"