Snow Patrol will be honoured at the Oscar Wilde Awards next year. Read the media coverage below.
Goss.ie: Snow Patrol to be honoured at Oscar Wilde Awards It has been revealed Snow Patrol will be honoured at the Oscar Wilde Awards in February. The Irish band will also perform at the star-studded event perform on 25 February 2016 alongside Róisín O. The popular artists from Derry join The Late Late Show host James Corden, who was previously announced as the recipient of the Honorary Irishman award at the bash. Read more >>>
BelfastLive.co.uk: Snow Patrol to be honoured at Oscar Wilde Awards 2016 Snow Patrol are set to be honoured at the Oscar Wilde Awards in 2016. The Northern Irish band will take centre stage at the annual Irish party during Oscars’ Week in February. Gary Lightbody, Nathan Connolly, Paul Wilson, Jonny Quinn, and Johnny McDaid will be honoured and also perform at the US-Ireland Alliance’s party on February 25. Read more >>>
rte.ie: Snow Patrol to be honoured at Irish Oscars party Snow Patrol will not only receive an award, they will also take to the stage and perform at the ceremony, which will take place at J.J. Abrams’ Bad Robot production company in Santa Monica, California in front of stars such like Saoirse Ronan, Domhnall Gleeson and Michael Fassbender. Read more >>>
HollywoodReporter.com: Snow Patrol to Be Feted at the Oscar Wilde Awards Rockers Snow Patrol from Northern Ireland will be honored and perform at the 11th annual Oscar Wilde Awards, it was announced Monday. The nonprofit U.S.-Ireland Alliance, which created the bash to recognize the contributions of the Irish in entertainment, last month said that Londoner James Corden, host of CBS’ The Late Late Show, will be feted as an “honorary Irishman” at the Feb. 25 event. Read more >>>