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Music / April 26, 2021

Kojaque to play The Olympia as part of a forthcoming European tour

Kojaque by George Voronov
Music / April 26, 2021

Kojaque to play The Olympia as part of a forthcoming European tour

Words: Dylan Murphy

Ahead of the release of his debut album Town’s Dead, the Dublin rapper has revealed he’ll be hitting the road in November.

With hints of a return to some sort of normality in the coming months, shows are being announced left, right and centre. The next in line is Dublin multi-hyphenate Kojaque’s Town’s Dead Tour which is set to head across Europe in November of this year.

It comes after the Soft Boy Records co-founder shared his album title track last week and shared the album’s June 25 release date.

Playing The Olympia Theatre on November 19 as well as the likes of Dolan’s Warehouse in Limerick and Cyprus Avenue in Cork, Kojaque will also be heading to a number of cities on the continent such as Amsterdam, Germany, Brussels and Paris.

General sale begins 9.00 on Thursday 29 April via Ticketmaster.

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