Tommy Fleming has resumed his latest tour and plays Cork Opera House tonight and tomorrow night.

This is what Tommy Fleming lives for

One of the nation’s most loved voices Tommy Fleming is performing on Leeside for two nights only.

Often described as “the voice of Ireland”, Fleming has now resumed his nationwide 30th anniversary tour All These Years at full capacity and will play Cork Opera House tonight, Thursday, and tomorrow night.

Speaking about getting back on stage, Tommy said: “I was over the moon and shocked when the Government announced the lifting of restrictions, like every other musician in Ireland. Getting back to playing to full capacity venues is what I live for. I had to cancel and reschedule a lot of my shows up until last week which was frustrating and time consuming.

“Getting back on stage to a full audience has given me a new lease of life. You can feel the energy in the room when it’s full and there’s a unique atmosphere that you can't explain until you feel it. It’s been a frustrating time for the entertainment industry but I am hoping that’s the end of lockdowns and restrictions and I can begin to get back to business as usual.”

Tommy’s latest album, which his tour is named after, portrays the very best of the Sligo man’s dedication to his craft, his relentless insistence for quality, his endless pursuit of something new, something different, something to challenge him and ultimately something unique for his fans.

Nationwide tour dates are available at For bookings for his two Cork shows, visit