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General News / June 30, 2017

Logic announces that his debut Dublin show will happen this winter

General News / June 30, 2017

Logic announces that his debut Dublin show will happen this winter

Logic is finally coming to the capital.

 

Featured on XXL’s Top 10 Freshmen List in 2010 alongside artists like Trinidad James, Action Bronson, Joey Bada$$, Angel Haze, Ab-Soul, Chief Keef and Schoolboy Q shows the calibre you’re dealing with when you’re listening to Logic.

The Maryland rapper, vocalist and producer has been making waves ever since then, collaborating with big names and releasing commercially and critically successful records.

His latest album ‘Everybody’ came out in May and featured Killer Mike, Juicy J, Chuck D and even Neil deGrasse Tyson.

He makes his Dublin debut in The Olympia Theatre on November 5.

Tickets from €26 including fees go on sale Friday July 7 at 9am.