British singer-songwriter Morrissey has announced a show a INEC, Killarney on Saturday 24th September 2022 – his only Irish date this year – as part of his major UK and Ireland tour starting this September.

Tickets for the INEC, Killarney are priced from €48.05 (including booking fee) and are on sale now from

Morrissey has enjoyed 16 albums in the UK Top Ten, plus 9 Top Ten albums with his former group The Smiths, of which Morrissey was a founder member. In the U.S., Morrissey has had two Top Ten albums, and eight Top 20 albums. In 1991, Morrissey broke The Beatles record for selling out the Hollywood Bowl, and in 2006 Morrissey was voted the second Greatest Living British Icon as voted by viewers of BBC Television, with Sir David Attenborough first and Sir Paul McCartney third. In 2007, Morrissey was voted The Greatest Northern Male in a nationwide newspaper poll.

In 2012, Morrissey was awarded the Keys to the City of Tel Aviv. In 2013, Penguin Classics published Morrissey Autobiography which became the second fastest selling autobiography in British history. The book spent six weeks at number 1, five weeks at number 2, four weeks at number 3, and is a continuing British Best Seller.

Morrissey’s songs have been covered by David Bowie, Nancy Sinatra, the Killers, Marianne Faithfull, Chrissie Hynde, My Chemical Romance, Thelma Houston, Christy Moore, amongst many others.

Morrissey was the singer and lyricist of The Smiths for 6 years and has been a successful solo artist for 35 years. In 1994 his album “Your Arsenal” was Grammy nominated. Born in Manchester, England, Morrissey is of Irish parents and, specifically, Dublin lineage.

Morrissey In Concert

Sat 24 Sep 2022 Killarney INEC Arena

Wed 28 Sep 2022 Blackpool Opera House

Fri 30 Sep 2022 Doncaster Dome

Sun 02 Oct 2022 Glasgow SEC Armadillo

Tue 04 Oct 2022 Manchester O2 Apollo

Wed 05 Oct 2022 Birmingham O2 Academy 

Fri 07 Oct 2022 Stockton Globe

Sun 09 Oct 2022 The London Palladium

Tue 11 Oct 2022 London O2 Academy Brixton

Fri 14 Oct 2022 Brighton Centre