Live Review: Slowdive – The National Stadium, Dublin 6.11.2023 plus gallery

Slowdive played their first-ever Dublin show at the National Stadium in Dublin this past Monday with support from local post-punk Gurriers. 

The iconic shoe gaze band brought a mesmerising show to a very eager Irish crowd. Messages of love towards the English band were a constant through the show. From strongs “we love you, we love you so much” to roars and cheers, the highly anticipated and most awaited first ever Slowdive headline show did not disappoint. 

Following the release of “Everything Is Alive”, the bands fifth studio album, the band embarked on their UK/IE tour that ended on November 6th with a sold-out show in the National Stadium. It turned out to be one of the most mesmerising and beautiful concerts of the year, and judging by the huge queue to get in (it was absolutely packed, even for Gurriers) plenty of Irish fans got to experience it as well.

Check out the photo gallery from that night. 

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