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UK - Ireland - Germany - Portugal July - August 2023

One of the biggest names of Brazilian hardcore, Dead Fish is coming to Dublin this summer.

Dead Fish started out in 1991 in Vitória, Brazil, outside of the main cultural hubs of Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo. Since then, they've put out nine studio albums, they've won two MTV Video Music Brazil awards (2004 and 2009), and they've played/opened gigs for bands like Ratos De Porão, Inocentes, Shelter, Buzzcocks, All, New Model Army, Bad Religion, Pegboy, Bambix, Samiam, NOFX, Die Toten Hosen, Pulley, Terror, Slayer, Flatliners, Marky Ramone, Alkaline Trio and Prophets of Rage.

We are happy to announce that after 16 years there's a European tour happening in 2023 and it includes the Rebellion Festival in the UK and a gig in Dublin, at The Sound House on the 01st of August.

See you there!

More info at https://www.instagram.com/deadfishoficial/

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.O.A.R | Over 18s Only | ID Required | No Refunds This is an inclusive space. Discrimination of any sorts, will never be tolerated.

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