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General News / June 20, 2018

Kojey Radical set for Dublin return

General News / June 20, 2018

Kojey Radical set for Dublin return

“Creativity has always been in Hoxton. If you have nothing, you make something.”

 

Kojey Radical first played in Dublin at the St Patrick’s Festival celebrations a couple of years ago in the National Concert Hall alongside a series of other musicians and poets. While it was a good opportunity for the Irish crowd to get a flavour of what the UK artist was all about, it’s now time for him to have his own headline slot.

On November 12 he brings his Can I Speak Tour to The Academy Green Room with tickets on sale this Friday at 10am. Tickets €17.35 including fees.

In early 2017 we caught up with the spoken word, hip hop and contemporary dance artist to discusses gentrification in East London and the humbling nature of the UK and Ireland.

Click here to read that interview.