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General News / February 26, 2019

Dave announced for big Dublin headline show

General News / February 26, 2019

Dave announced for big Dublin headline show

At the tail end of 2017 Dave played his last headline show in Dublin, playing The Academy. The young rapper’s career has since exploded and this time around he’s playing a bigger venue.

 

Dave released his debut EP Six Paths in 2016 which garnered critical and commercial success, plus co-signs from big artists across the pond like Drake.

He returns to Dublin to play Olympia Theatre on April 9. Tickets go on sale this Thursday at 9am from €26.50 incl. booking fee. Over 14’s show.

Check out ‘Black’ below, the first release from his debut album ‘Psychodrama’.