The band is performing in the Gulf region for the first time. The five-member band hails from Northern Ireland and has seen international success with their era-defining hits, said a press release. The band will showcase material from their new album Fallen Empires and will perform hits from their albums Final Straw, Eyes Open and A Hundred Million Suns.
The release said that people can register their interest at www.hifmradio.com where they will be kept informed of ticket release dates. Tickets for the fan pit costs RO50 per person while a general admission ticket is priced at RO25.
Gordon Mackenzie, managing director, Alive Entertainment, said, “We are so excited to be bringing Snow Patrol to Muscat for the first time. Quite simply they are an amazing live act and will be performing all their best-known hits plus material from their new album Fallen Empires.”
Darren Shortt, station manager, HiFM, said, “This event will certainly rock the capital. With James Blunt and Snow Patrol in Muscat so far in 2012, it’s set to be an awesome year for gigs.”