Out Now ANTI- Records
Listen Now below on Spotify or here.

Out Now on ANTI- Records
Listen Now below on Spotify or here.

Glen with Interference

Glen with Interference

Update May 2020 – Sadly this gig has been cancelled due to COVID-19.
Just announced! Glen will join Interference for a very special show on Saturday 18 July at National Concert Hall in Dublin to mark the release of the documentary film ‘Breaking Out’ about former frontman Fergus O’Farrell. Tickets on sale this Friday March 6th at 10am.

‘Breaking Out’ will be released to Irish cinemas on May 15th by Element Distribution. Fergus O’Farrell’s inspiring life story was filmed over 10 years by director Michael McCormack. The film was named Best Irish Documentary at the Galway Film Fleadh 2019 and hailed by Screen Daily as “deeply affecting and a privilege to watch”.

‘Breaking Out’ is a Silver Moonbeam Film production in association with Fís Eireann/Screen Ireland. Ferg sketch by Jonathan Parson.

The Frames 30

The Frames 30

UPDATE MAY 2020 – Sorry to say this gig has been postponed to June 19, 2021. Original tickets will be valid.

In honor of their 30th birthday, The Frames are having a one-off gig at Royal Hospital Kilmainham!

The Frames : 30
Royal Hospital Kilmainham, Dublin
Saturday June 20th 2020
Special guests to be announced

Tickets priced €55 on sale this Friday December 13th @ 10am

Direct link online: https://www.ticketmaster.ie/venueartist/197560/748835
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24hr Credit Card Bookings 0818 719300 (ROI) / 0844 277 4455 (NI)

“There’s something about stepping back into the furious belly of this beast where the low bells chime around the parish, where time is swallowed and years slip by, this place where most of my hearing went in the sound of working it out from soaring angst to occasional pride into unmoored middle age. The songs grow too and change their meaning, till it all collapses together into the glorious bonfire that is The Frames…” – Glen Hansard

“A significant birthday should be celebrated. 2020 will mark The Frames’ 30th journey around the Sun. Most of that time has been spent travelling around the World, in and in celebration of, music. Where better to celebrate? One night in Dublin! Come join us!” – Colm Mac Con Iomaire

New Video, Tour Starts Next Week

New Video, Tour Starts Next Week

We’re excited to share with you a live performance of “Leave A Light” from the film The Camino Voyage directed by Dónal Ó Céilleachair. Watch here or above. The film follows the journey of a crew including Glen, renowned Irish musician Brendan Begley, distinguished artist Liam Holden, skilled stonemason Brendan Moriarty & celebrated writer & poet Danny Sheehy (1959-2017) on an inspiring, and dangerous, 2,500 km modern day Celtic odyssey all the way from Ireland to Northern Spain via curragh.

The Camino Voyage is in select cinemas internationally in the U.S., Canada, UK, Australia and New Zealand. Find a screening or request to host a screening here at Demand Film. 


Glen’s US tour starts next week, get your tickets via links on the Tour page. If you’re in the Los Angeles area, catch him at Pico Union Project for an extra special night of music on September 30th, tickets on sale now here!

Oct/Nov European Tour

Oct/Nov European Tour

We’re pleased to announce a run of gigs in Europe this October/November! Tickets for all dates are on sale now (Italian tickets will be available within the day) at glenhansard.com/tour

30.10 Barcelona, Spain – Palau de la Música Catalana – Mil.lleni Concert Series
01.11 Pontevedra, Spain – Pazo da Cultura de Pontevedra – Voices
02.11 Bilbao, Spain – Bilbao Exhibition Centre (B.E.C) – Theater – BIME Festival
04.11 Madrid, Spain – Teatro Nuevo Apolo
08.11 Zürich, Switzerland – Volkshaus
09.11 Munich, Germany – Cirkus Krone
11.11 Milano, Italy – Fabrique
12.11 Rome, Italy – Auditorium Parco Della Musica – The Sinopoli Hall
13.11 Bologna, Italy – Teatro Auditorium Manzoni
15.11 Vienna, Austria – Konzerthaus
17.11 Bratislava, Slovakia – Istropolis
18.11 Prague, Czech Republic – Archa Theatre

Photo by Fleur Neale.