Thrilled to announce that Hothouse Flowers will be headlining The Acoustic Stage, Glastonbury 2017, on Saturday 24th June. Details with the full line up on Glastonbury’s website : www.glastonburyfestivals.co.uk/line-up/
Bulmers Live at Leopardstown kicks off in 2 weeks! Last time we played there was in 2013 (check out the pics)!
Looking forward to returning on Thursday July 13 and hope you can join us!
For more info/tickets on Bulmers Live At Leopardstown – www.leopardstown.com & Hothouse Flowers | Live At Leopardstown, Dublin, Ireland
Cruinniú na Cásca, a Creative Ireland initiative presented by RTÉ is a free public event which will take place in towns and cities across Ireland, on Easter Monday 17th April with a special large-scale event in Dublin.
As part of Cruinniú na Cásca, RTÉ Arena will be broadcast live from the St Stephen’s Green stage. From 11am to 1pm. The Hothouse Flowers will join Seán Rocks and the RTÉ Concert Orchestra with conductor Gearóid Grant. The concert will also include Lisa Lambe, Fiachna Ó Braonáin, Martin Brunsden, Seán Keane, Chris Meehan and his Redneck Friends, and lots more.
The Hothouse Flowers perform I Can See Clearly not on RTÉ’s The Late Late Show hosted by Ryan Tubridy on Friday December 9th 2016.
Hothouse Flowers live at Vicar Street
Sunday 12th March 2016
Thanks to everyone for your support on our New Album Let’s Do This Thing and making I Can See Clearly Now the number 1 on the iTunes charts.
I Can See Clearly is from our 1990 album Home, which is available online via iTunes, Spotify, Google Play, Amazon and other online music services. It also features in our live album Goodnight Sun recorded live at the Kansas City Irish Festival in 2009.
Liam discusses Let’s Do This Thing and The Grand Tour on Folk Club with Lynette Fay.
You can listen to the show here http://bbc.in/2gsO3DI
Fiachna talks to RTÉ 2FM’s Dave Fanning about The Grand Tour and Let’s Do This Thing
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Fiachna discusses with RTÉ Radio One’s Ray D’arcy how it came about that Hothouse Flowers soundtracked the opening scene for Jeremy Clarkson, James May and Richard Hammond’s new show, the Grand Tour and the coincidental release of the new album Let’s Do This Thing.