The recently reunited Limerick band The Cranberries, who enjoyed worldwide success in the 90's
The recently reunited Limerick band The Cranberries, who enjoyed worldwide success in the 90's, will be playing a date in Palma on
the European leg of their world tour.
It's the exact same line-up for the band which formed 21 years ago in Ireland and which is currently in Mexico where they've had to cancel their remaining gigs because of lead singer Dolores
O'Riordan's throat problems.
The band start their European gigs in March and have dates in Madrid and Barcelona lined up too. They play the Palma Arena on 31st
July with standing tickets priced at €40 and reserved seats €45/55, though they will not be on sale until mid-March/early April.