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General News / December 10, 2018

Janelle Monáe confirmed for Dublin city show

General News / December 10, 2018

Janelle Monáe confirmed for Dublin city show

GRAMMY Award-nominated vocalist, songwriter, producer, actress and activist Janelle Monáe is set to perform in Dublin.

 

 

As part of the The Summer Series at Trinity College, Janelle Monáe brings her near-decade of work to Dublin for a live performance.

Janelle released the acclaimed record ‘Dirty Computer’ this year, which featured Grimes, Pharrell Williams, Zoe Kravitz and Brian Wilson, and further revitalised her already blossoming career.

The show takes place on the historic grounds of Trinity College on July 3. Tickets from €54.65 on sale this Friday December 14 at 9am.