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General News / November 13, 2018

Kamasi Washington confirmed for headline Dublin show

General News / November 13, 2018

Kamasi Washington confirmed for headline Dublin show

The tenor saxophonist is touring his album ‘Heaven and Earth’.

 

Since releasing ‘The Epic’ in 2015, Kamasi Washington has become one of the most renowned names in modern music. He’s no stranger to Dublin, having played intimate venues and festival stages, but now he’s coming back for one of his biggest shows here yet.

As well as winning the inaugural American Music Prize and the Gilles Peterson Worldwide album of the year, he’s worked with the likes of Kendrick Lamar, Run the Jewels, Ibeyi, Thundercat and more.

He plays The Olympia Theatre on March 3. Tickets from €40 including booking fee go on sale this Friday at 9am.