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The pipes, the pipes are calling...

Sunday, 17th December, 2017 7:00pm
 The pipes, the pipes are calling...

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 The pipes, the pipes are calling...

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THERE has never been anything quite like The Red Hot Chilli Pipers.

The past 15 years has seen the Red Hot Chilli Pipers become the most famous bagpipe band on the planet.

From their formation in 2002 and a cameo appearance at T in the Park in 2004 with the Darkness, they are now considered a main act in their own right.

 Described as bagpipes with attitude and drums with a Scottish accent, their shows should come with their own health warning.

The band’s achievements have reached incredible heights with their groundbreaking fusion of traditional Scottish music and rock/pop anthems that they proudly call “Bagrock”.

The Red Hot Chilli Pipers are a genuinely unique experience and now they are coming to Dublin early next year.

Tickets priced €29 are on sale now and usual outlets nationwide.

They will be joined by special guests The O'Neill Pipe Band from Monaghan.

The Chillis have never been more in demand for their infectious style of feel good music which appeals right across the age range to people all over the world.

They have collected together an impressive group of musicians, dancers and singers from Scotland and further afield.

Don't miss Red Hot Chilli Pipers in Dublin's Vicar Street on 11 February 2018. Tickets priced €29 from Ticketmaster


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