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- 10/04/2022Find ticketsVicar Street - Dublin, D8 Sparks Apr 10 2022 20:00Sunday 20:00Vicar Street - Dublin, D8SparksLow Availability
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- 14/04/2022Find ticketsAlbert Hall - Manchester, Great Britain Sparks Apr 14 2022 19:00Thursday 19:00Albert Hall - Manchester, Great BritainSparksLimited Availability
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Sparks, Californian brothers Ron and Russell Mael, released their 23rd album in September 2017. It’s received unanimous acclaim and has been a UK top 10 hit, subsequently appearing in many Album of the Year lists.
Their accompanying world tour saw Sparks and their band play sets that were euphoric, vital and brilliant. The new songs from Hippopotamus – including Edith Piaf Said It Better Than Me, What the Hell Is It This Time? and Missionary Position – sound like classics.
Since storming into the UK charts, minds and TV sets in 1974 with This Town Ain’t Big Enough For Both of Us, Sparks have consistently created genre-defying music and continue to inspire and influence generations of artists. Other signature songs include Amateur Hour and The Number One Song in Heaven.
Sparks have kicked off 2018 by announcing three UK shows in May.
Last updated: January, 2018