GIG Update: Glastonbury June 24th 2022

Glastonbury 2022 we are are on our way!!!! 

GIG Update: Galway Folk Festival in Monroe’s Galway

Can’t wait to play at the Galway Folk Festival in Monroes his coming Saturday 18th June!

And we’ll be joined by Frank and Walters and Aoife Scott on the night! What a line up!

Hothouse Flowers, The Frank and Walters, Aoife Scott, Lorraine Nash, Stevie Appleby and A. Smyth join us in Monroe’s Galway for a spectacular Saturday night at Galway Folk Festival.

Pick up your tickets 👉

We are looking to reschedule for autumn. Below is a message from Liam on behalf of the band.

Dear Flower friends:

We are in lockdown here in Ireland now. Italy’s situation became an example to the rest of us and we have to respond to stem the flow of this virus . We wanted to and were so much looking foreword to coming over to London to do our thing onstage with all of you . Were it not that we are part of a chain of humanity that includes our vulnerable relatives I believe we all would have thrown caution to the wind and come regardless .

We are healthy . I did not decide until today myself . But the decision had to be made . We have Neighbours and relatives near and around us . Traveling through an international hub running the risk of picking the bug up and carrying it back is a risk that affects not only us but our community as well . Our people here . This is a global happening beyond our comprehension. There are silver linings . The chances for our children to take control of their own education for a while . We have a chance to re evaluate what life and community means to us . Great works could come . A singular wave covering all humanity could have inspiring consequences. Nothing is singularly good or bad . Spring is coming ( it’s here according to St Brigid ) we welcome the new life and a great tide of good health . ‘Love the only engine of survival ‘ LCohen’s soon as we have alternative plans we will share them .

Love and thanks for so many good times past and to come In music


We are delighted to be back at the Olympia for our first show in 2020 as part a jam packed Tradfest 15th birthday celebration.

Tradfest 2020The lineup will include Hothouse Flowers, Jon Boden & The Remnant Kings and Screaming Orphans

Tickets available now from €36.99 and can be purchased online here

The Olympia Theatre 72 Dame St, Temple Bar, Dublin

Wednesday January 22nd – Doors 7:30PM



Full details of this and other events can be found on the website, also on &

Forever Young Festival includes an amazing line-up of original artists from the 70’s, 80’s & 90’s on July 5th, 6th & 7th.
Hothouse Flowers will be there Saturday 6th July

Twitter: @ForeverYoung_ie
Instagram: @foreveryoung_ie
#ForeverYoungFestival and #Classic80s 

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On 12 April 2018 Liam Ó Maonlaí and Peter O’Toole played a fantastic concert at the Beauforthuis in the Netherlands.
It has been beautifully captured on a multitrack recording and professionally mixed. Endorsed by Liam and Peter it has been made available on a limited edition double CD. 

** SOLD OUT **

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UK tour dates for November 2018

We are thrilled to announce a series of UK tour dates this November, in Glasgow, Birmingham, Brexhill On Sea, London and Milton Keynes. Tickets are on sale from Friday 8th June.

Hothouse Flowers People 30th Anniversary | 19th April 2018

People Album Cover

In 1988 Hothouse Flowers took to the streets of Dublin to promote the release of their new album titled ‘People’.
Hothouse Flowers were synonymous with busking and street performance during their early careers and returned to the streets playing on Henry Street, O’Connell Street and Grafton Street in support of their new album. The impromptu event attracted hundreds of people at lunchtime on 19 April 1988.

RTÉ News followed the group as they busk their way from Henry Street to Grafton Street, with a stopover at Dublin Millennium Radio Studio with Jimmy Greeley.

Liam Ó Maonlaí and Fiachna Ó Braonáin speak to Teresa Mannion about their success and the joys of playing on the streets of Dublin.
Click here to see an RTÉ News report broadcast on 19 April 1988.


Hothouse Flowers 30th Anniversary | The Ray D’Arcy Show – Saturday 17 February 2018

Liam, Fiachna and Peter join Ray D’Arcy to mark the 30 year anniversary of ‘Don’t Go’. Released in 1988, the album ‘People’ was one of the most successful debut albums in Ireland. The band join Ray in studio for a special performance and a look back through their song book.

The interview can be seen in full on RTÉ Player

Hothouse Flowers’ debut album, People 30th Anniversary RTÉ One Radio Ray D’Arcy

This year marks thirty years since the Hothouse Flowers’ debut album, People, was released – it was the most successful debut album in Ireland ever! Liam, Fiachna and Peter join Ray D’Arcy on his radio show on RTÉ Radio One for a chat and a few songs…

Forthcoming gigs by the Hothouse Flowers include Vicar St on February 22nd, and the Alley Theatre in Strabane on February 24th. Listen back to the show on Ray D’Arcy RTÉ Radio One Friday 26 January2018