Irish rock band Kodaline coming to Korea in September

Poster for Kodaline's third Korean performance, ″Kodaline Live In Seoul″ on Sept. 22. [PRIVATE CURVE]

Irish rock band Kodaline will be performing in Korea for the first time in four years.

According to concert organizer Private Curve, the band will be holding "Kodaline Live In Seoul" on Sept. 22 at 8 p.m. at the Yes24 Live Hall in Gwangjin District, eastern Seoul.

This will be Kodaline's third performance in Korea, after its first performance in March 2019 as a part of the “Politics of Living Tour 2019” and The 3rd Slow Life Slow Live music festival in October of the same year.

Tickets will be sold from April 11 starting at 12 p.m., and all seats will be priced at 99,000 won ($75).

The quartet — Steven Garrigan, Vinny May, Jason Boland and Mark Prendergast — debuted in 2007 as 21 Demands, named after the treaty signed during World War I, and changed its name to Kodaline in 2012. They are known for hit alternative rock tracks “High Hopes,” “All I Want” from the band’s first full-length album “In A Perfect World” (2013), “Brother” from the “Politics of Living” (2018) album, “Sometimes” from the band's latest full-length album “One Day At A Time” (2020) and more.