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Music / March 8, 2022

ICYMI PinkPantheress & Phoebe Bridgers announced Irish shows

pinkpantheress Credit: Jesse Crankson
Music / March 8, 2022

ICYMI PinkPantheress & Phoebe Bridgers announced Irish shows

Words: Dylan Murphy

Two huge Irish headline show debuts on the way.

Phoebe Bridgers has been to Ireland to film music videos and visit Paul Mescal, but until now, she hadn’t played a headline show of her own here. Last night, she announced more shows as part of her ‘Reunion Tour’ and it includes a show on June 10 at Fairview Park. It comes after she revealed she’d be playing at Glastonbury this year and her four GRAMMY nods in 2021. $1 of every headline show ticket sold will be donated to The Mariposa Fund, which helps pay for undocumented people trying to obtain reproductive health services, including abortion.

Tickets for Phoebe Bridger’s headline show start at 50.90 euro and go on sale at 10.00 Friday 11 March from Ticketmaster.ie.

Meanwhile, PinkPantheress revealed she is heading to Dublin to perform for the first time. The BBC Sound of 2022 winner plays The Button Factory Saturday 2 April 2022. It follows ‘bbycakes’, a reworking of the 3 of a kind anthem ‘Baby Cakes’ that features Lil Uzi Vert and Mura Masa.

Tickets start at 19.90 euro Incl. booking fee and go on sale this Friday at 10.00 via Ticketmaster.ie.

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