Dive into the features you want to see

Abortion alcohol alcohol free america Art awards beer Belfast best best looking Best New Music booze Brexit British Cannabis cbd Cheese chocolate Christmas closure Coffee collaboration Comedy cooking counter culture counterculture Cover Story Covid Culture DC Films Direct Provision Drink drug Drugs Dublin Dublin International Film Festival easter Entertainment Environment equality Fashion feature feminism Festival Film First Listen Food gaeilge Gaming General News gift gifts Gigs Graphic Design guinness harm reduction Harry Styles healthcare Heaters Hennessy Homelessness Housing HSE ice cream Identity instagram Interview introduction to ireland Irish Irish coffee Irish News irishmade justice Justice League Kanye West launch Leonardo DiCaprio LGBTQ+ List Lists Literature Living Hell Lockdown Index Made by District Made in Ireland magdalene laundries meme Mental Health menu merch metoo Michelin mural Music narolane new menu New Music News nightclub nom nphet One of everything Openers opening openings Opinion Pairing pancakes Photography Pints Podcasts Politics pop up pop ups potatoes Premiere presents Pride queer Ray Fisher reservations Restaurants restrictions rugby Science Shebeen Shite Talk shitetalk signature dish Skateboarding small batch Social Media Subset sustainability tacos Technology Television theatre Thumbstopper tiktok To Be Irish Top 10 Tracks Top Ten Tracks Trans rights Travellers trends TV Ukraine Ultimate Food Guide vegan Visual Art vodka Weed where to eat whiskey wine Women's rights youtube
General News / September 17, 2019

Hip hop legend Pharoahe Monch confirms headline Dublin show

General News / September 17, 2019

Hip hop legend Pharoahe Monch confirms headline Dublin show

It’s been 20 years since the release of his iconic debut album and now the east coast MC is hitting the road to celebrate.

Queens native and bona fide rap legend Pharoahe Monch has announced a Dublin show as part of a tour marking the 20th anniversary of his solo debut album ‘Internal Affairs’.

Bringing his timeless classics and iconic flow to the Button Factory on Wednesday 13 November, Monch provides genuine lyrical stamina and thumping head nodders to the country’s capital.

Tickets for Pharoahe Monch’s Dublin show cost €22.50 and will go on sale at 9am Friday 20th September.