The Cranberries To Play In Wroclaw

Irish band The Cranberries will be the headliners at this year's Thanks Jimi festival on May the 1st, which is to take place at Pergola.

News of the gig was announced earlier today by the Lionstage company, however details regarding ticket sales and prices are as yet unavailable. 

The Cranberries are of course best known for producing a string of hits during the 1990's, a decade that saw them release hit singles "Dreams", "Linger", "Zombie" and "I Can't Be With You" from the albums "Everybody Else Is Doing It, So Why Can't We?" and "No Need to Argue". 

After a five year hiatus the band returned in 2009 and went on to release "Roses", their sixth studio album. The band's next record is scheduled for release just a few weeks before the concert in Wroclaw. 

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