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Dublin date for Pentatonix

Thursday, 3rd March, 2016 6:25pm
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Dublin date for Pentatonix

Pentatonix are in the Olympia on 23rd May.

Dublin date for Pentatonix

Pentatonix are in the Olympia on 23rd May.

Having sold out their last Dublin show, Pentatonix make their hugely anticipated return with an Olympia Theatre date on 23rd May.

Since bursting onto the scene in 2011, Platinum selling recording artists Pentatonix have sold more than 2.7 million albums in the US alone, won a Grammy Award, sold out venues worldwide, have amassed over 1.4 billion views on their YouTube channel with over 10 million subscribers and appeared in the feature film Pitch Perfect 2.

Their latest release, Pentatonix debuted at #1 on the Billboard Top 200 and Current Albums Chart. The first single, Can’t Sleep Love has over 17 million views on YouTube. The group also released an enhanced deluxe version of their platinum selling holiday album, That’s Christmas To Me, which features their recent 2016 Grammy nominated track, Dance of the Sugarplum Fairy.

All seven of their releases have peaked within the Top 5 on Billboard’s Digital Albums Chart with six of those releases reaching the Top 10 or higher on the Billboard Top 200 Album Chart. Most recently, the group received two gold certifications for their “Daft Punk” medley and cover of Imagine Dragons’ “Radioactive” ft. Lindsey Stirling. Their 2014 holiday album, That’s Christmas To Me has sold more than 1.7 million copies in the US and was the fourth best-selling album of 2014.

The group released their very first documentary (On My Way Home) which follows the quintet on their sold out 2015 North American Tour featuring behind-the-scenes footage, life performance and the making of their debut studio album, Pentatonix.

Tickets from €30 including booking fee and restoration levy go on sale on Friday 4th March at 9am via Ticketmaster.

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