Meatloaf Performs Cork's Marquee

by Helen Kelly - Date: 2008-06-30 - Word Count: 332 Share This!

Meatloaf is one of those rock acts that have managed to last the test of time. From his storming debut album of the seventies called 'Bat Out Of Hell' he has been at the forefront of rock anthems and power ballads. And the continued success of his 'Bat Out Of Hell' series which includes two follow up albums 'Bat Out Of Hell II: Back Into Hell' in 1993 and the 2006 release of 'Bat Out Of Hell III: The Monster Is Loose' has ensured that Meatloaf remains very much a headline act at venues throughout the world.

Meatloaf fans can expect to hear the man himself belt out hits including early classics such as 'You Took The Words Right Out Of My Mouth', 'Two Out Of Three Ain't Bad', 'Bat Out Of Hell' and 'Dead Ringer For Love'. And the nineties hits of 'I'd Do Anything For Love', 'Rock And Roll Dreams Come True' and 'I'd Lie For You' right up to the more recent smash 'It's All Coming Back To Me Now' are also guaranteed to get the crowd rocking the night away.

Tickets for this Meatloaf gig are priced at €59.80 standing and €65.70 seated and can be bought online at the Ticketmaster website but as the event approaches they're likely to get snapped up pretty quickly.

How to get here…

Live at the Marquee is a fantastic Irish music festival and is situated in The Docklands area of Cork city along Centre Park Road. It's a very popular summertime venue with a series of concerts, gigs and events taking place from June 19th to July 6th.

If you're staying in and around the city centre it's easy to walk to the venue. set along Centre Park Road and is really easy to get to from the city centre. Head along Merchants Quay and take a left onto Albert Street. Walk along Albert Street until you take a left onto Victoria Road, then continue along Victoria Road until you come to Centre Park Road.

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Helen Kelly writes for Ireland travel website

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