Conleth McGeary | Socially Distanced
The Fiddler, London.
229 Kilburn High Rd.
Nearest Tube: Kilburn Station
Bus: 16, 32, 189, 316, 332, 632
“Liverpool is my second home and holds a special place in my heart. I thank God for the opportunities this city has given me. Being an adopted scouser is a treat...I love the Scouse way of life, it's so similar to what I come from. Tough, hardworking, and always time for great craic.”
Standing on an outdoor stage on a sold out tour of the Middle East in late 2019, playing to 1500 people who in between dancing on the tables are singing his lyrics back at him, it was an incredible 12 months for Irish adopted scouser Conleth McGeary. 2020 saw him signing his first deal with industry legend Hugh Goldsmith’s Hotspring label and recording his debut release which lands in November. Every bit of furniture removed, the doors locked an hour before showtime, an unbelievable atmosphere; this is Conleth McGeary every Sunday in Liverpool. Numerous shows in Belfast, Dublin, Liverpool and as far away as Bahrain and Qatar, all sold out. Conleth followed this up with a main support slot for Tom Clarke, Frontman of alt indie superstars The Enemy on his first headline tour and a support slot for Aslan in Feb 2020; “I was reared off their music” says Conleth.
PLEASE NOTE: This is a socially-distanced show in line with the latest Government guidelines // Tickets should be bought in household groups only // All drinks will be served via table service // Curfew 10pm