Bon Iver - Reschedule 3Arena date
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BON IVER at 3ARENA -Rescheduled

Show Rescheduled to 12 Jan 2021 – All original Tickets valid 



+ Aaron Dessner’s Big 37do3d Machine



The BON IVER tour has been rescheduled and the new date for Dublin is FRIDAY 29th October 2021. There are a very limited number of production holds still available for Bon Iver’s headline show at 3Arena – which will be their first headline show in Dublin in 9 years. All tickets bought for the original date remain valid for the new date.

Tickets for Bon Iver’s Dublin show cost EU49.50 standing or EU54.50 seated are on sale from Ticketmaster and www.selectivememory.ie

Support on this show comes from Aaron Dessner’s Big 37d03d Machine who will develop and perform new music in collaboration with 37d03d friends.  Aaron Dessner is of course best-known as one of the leading members of The National amongst other projects.

Another familiar name joined Bon Iver on their latest single release ‘AUATC’ as Bruce Springsteen joins Bon Iver on vocals. Listen to ‘AUATC’ here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-DusRnF36UA

This show will be the American indie-folk heroes first indoor show in Dublin in some 9 years – when they finished up a world tour with a now-legendary sold-out show at the same venue, from where frontman Justin Vernon announced to the crowd a global hiatus, one that ended up lasting five years.

Presented by Selective Memory, this Dublin show comes as part of the European wide tour following the release of Bon Iver’s widely-acclaimed fourth album i,i. Bon Iver’s previous albums have won several Grammys and Brit Awards, amongst other accolades.

“Listen closely and you can hear the language of pop being redrafted in real time”

5/5 The Observer, August 2019

Watch the video for the previously shared ‘Hey Ma’ here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HDAKS18Gv1U

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Bon Iver:

Sean Carey: Drum, Piano, Voice

Andrew Fitzpatrick: Synthesis, Guitar

Michael Lewis: Bass Guitar, Synths, Saxophone

Matt McCaughan: Drum, Synthesis

Justin Vernon: Guitar, Bass Guitar, Synths, Voice

Jenn Wasner: Guitar, Synths, Voice

Praise for i,i: 

“Indispensable”, Sunday Times ‘Album of the Week’


“Bon Iver has pieced together this fourth album in an impossibly intelligent way”, 5/5 NME


“Bon Iver have bestowed experience to craft an emotional tour-de-force that displays an unparalleled understanding of the power of music”, 5/5 DIY

“Hearing is believing in an artistry for this or any age”, 5/5 The Sun


“The dual strands of community and intimacy that cling to the walls of i,i like residue contain its real strengths”, 9/10 Loud and Quiet


“Bon Iver paints on the largest canvas yet”, 9/10 Uncut


“Brimming with ideas, textures and the creative heft of its contributing cast”, 8/10 Clash


“i,i never sounds less than excellent”, 4/5 Mojo


“Fans from all eras and incarnations of Bon Iver should find something to enjoy here”, 4/5 The i Paper ‘Album of the Week’


“[Justin Vernon] sounds human and vulnerable — and more appealing for that reason”, 4/5 Evening Standard ‘Album of the Week’


“Vernon is one of the sonic architects of our times”, 4/5 The Telegraph


i,i cements Vernon as a serious-minded songwriter who conveys deep feeling through poetic imagery and stark melody”

4/5 The Times


“Bask in i,i’s deep autumnal glow”, 4/5 Record Collector


“Perhaps the most complete Bon Iver album to date”, The Line Best Fit


“Bon Iver have embraced an openness that is simultaneously more vulnerable and more self-assured”, New Statesman


“This release is the band at their finest”, 91% Gigsoup

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