Wild Youth returns to Cork after supporting Westlife in Páirc Uí Chaoimh

After supporting Westlife for their two recent Páirc Uí Chaoimh gigs, Irish pop connoisseurs Wild Youth will play a showpiece gig in Cork’s Cyprus Avenue on Sunday 23rd October.

A mainstay of the Irish airwaves and music charts since their debut in 2017, Wild Youth’s burgeoning international appeal has seen them become an equally present force on streaming platforms, with over 10 million streams on Spotify to their name alone. .

With the support of their loyal and ever-growing fan base that remains thirsty for their catchy tunes, David Whelan, Conor O’Donohoe, Ed Porter and the unapologetic creativity of Callum McAdam have seen them tour alongside household names such as Mumford and Sons, The Script and Niall Horan to name a few.

Last year, the band released their colorful six-track EP “Forever Girl,” which featured a bold and varied collection of tracks, underscoring Wild Youth’s determination not to be labeled as “just another average pop band.” “.

While expansive in both style and execution, from the flirtatious ‘Champagne Butterflies’ to the powerful and abrasive anthem ‘Can’t Say No’, the one thing that stands out on the EP is the ability of the group to create believable music with a lively and percussive chorus. lines.

Tickets for Wild Youth at Cyprus Avenue on www.eventbrite.ie cost €24.96.