The Killers and Bastille to play Tennent’s Vital 2014
Tennent’s Vital is back this year and announces the first acts for 2014. The Killers are confirmed as headliners on Thursday, 21st August, while Bastille will be joining them as very special guest.
The famous band The Killers last played Tennent’s Vital in 2007. They also performed at Phoenix Park last year. Read a review of their show!
Last year Tennent’s Vital lineup included Kings of Leon, Snow Patrol, Avicii, The Vaccines and Tinie Tempah. We’ll just have to wait and see if this year’s lineup is better than last year’s.
Tennent’s Vital will take place at Boucher Playing Fields, Belfast, United Kingdom.
Tickets for Tennent’s Vital 2014 go on sale on Monday, 31st March at 9am. Fans of Tennent’s Vital on Facebook can get exclusive priority access to the Tennent’s Vital pre-sale from Saturday 29th March.
- Thu 21 August – The Killers + Bastille and more to be announced: £49.50 incl booking fee
Tennent’s Vital is an over 16s event. However, a parent aged 25 and over can take up to two under 16s to the show. Parents will be required to show age identification and sign a consent form in order to gain admission on the day. Under 16s must be accompanied by their parent at all times. Bars will operate a strict Challenge 25 policy.
Sarah Shimmons, Beer Marketing Manager for Tennent’s NI, said:
“We’re very excited to announce the first two artists for Tennent’s Vital 2014 today. The Killers are undoubtedly one of the biggest bands in the world with a global reputation for their amazing live shows. They’ll be joined on the bill by Bastille, who have enjoyed massive breakthrough success in the past year and are one of the most exciting new acts around right now.”
“Since its return in 2011, Tennent’s Vital has brought top international and homegrown talent to the heart of Belfast every year and has well and truly cemented its place as a highlight of Northern Ireland’s music calendar. We’re delighted that our partners at MCD have once again secured some incredible acts for the Tennent’s Vital bill – it’s already shaping up to be a brilliant event and we can’t wait to see you there!”