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General News / June 24, 2019

Kate Tempest announced for Dublin show

General News / June 24, 2019

Kate Tempest announced for Dublin show

After her set at Body&Soul this weekend, Kate Tempest confirms a return to Ireland.

 

Kate Tempest has solidified herself as one of the most versatile artists to come out of the UK since her emergence in. 2011. The Londoner has published three poetry collections, one book-length poem, a novel, staged three plays, and released two solo studio albums.

Following the release of ‘The Book Of Traps And Lessons’, her latest record, she’s setting off on tour, with a stop in Dublin on the cards.

She plays in Damien Dempsey’s favourite stomping ground, one of her regular collaborators. On November 15 she performs at Vicar Street, with tickets on sale this Wednesday at 9am.