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General News / July 10, 2017

Bryson Tiller & SZA are coming to Dublin

General News / July 10, 2017

Bryson Tiller & SZA are coming to Dublin

The European leg of Tiller’s ‘Set It Off’ tour is coming to a town near you.

 

In May Bryson Tiller dropped his sophomore album ‘True to Self’. It was scheduled to be released on June 23, but the vocalist gave fans a little gift by dropping the LP a month early.

It’s now confirmed that Tiller will embark on a European tour and he’s bringing a very special guest.

SZA, who just released the excellent album ‘Cntrl’, will join him, and they’re stopping off in Dublin on November 30 to perform in 3Arena.

Tickets will be available from Friday, July 14 here.

UK/EUROPE! coming this Fall with @sza Tickets on sale this friday on www.trapsoul.com

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