IRISH boyband sensations HomeTown are to play a gig in Limerick’s University Concert Hall later this year, it has been announced.
The six-piece - charges of pop impresario Louise Walsh, who released the fastest selling Irish record of 2014 - will play a gig in the UCH on Sunday, September 13.
The band are Walsh’s latest sensations, formed in 2013 from thousands of hopefuls, and eventually made up of Ryan McLoughlin (20, Kildare), Cian Morris (20, Mayo), Dayl Cronin (20 Tipperary), Brendan Murray (17, Galway), Josh Gray (17, Wicklow) and Dean Gibbons (21, Dublin).
They were locked away in secret for almost a year preparing to take on the world before making their debut appearance on the Late Late show last year, with debut single Where I Belong charting at number one, followed quickly by second single Cry For Help.
Tickets are on sale now, see www.uch.ie for more.