The band has announced their annual “St. Patrick’s Day Tour,” kicking off in February 2022 and culminating with four hometown shows in Boston.
Legendary Celtic-Punks Dropkick Murphys announced via their Socials the dates for their 2022 St. Patrick’s Day tour. This year, the band will be joined by The Bombpops, The Rumjacks, and Jim Lindberg from Pennywise will support them on the tour’s final show on March 20 at the brand-new Boston venue, Roadrunner.
Tickets will be on sale Friday at 10 AM (EST) on the band’s official website. The first show will kick off on Monday, February 24, in Reading, Pennsylvania and wrap up with the final Boston dates on the 17th, 18th, and 19th, at The House of Blues, and 20th at Roadrunner.
The veteran punk band released its 10th studio LP, Turn Up That Dial, back in April of this year and recently completed a co-headlining run with Rancid in support of the album.
Dropkick Murphys 2022 Tour Dates with The Bombpops, The Rumjacks and Jim Lindberg
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