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Music / February 17, 2022

Mall Grab announces Irish tour

Photo Credit: Rob Jones
Music / February 17, 2022

Mall Grab announces Irish tour

Words: Dylan Murphy

The Australian DJ is heading to Ireland on a nationwide road trip this March.

Jordon Alexander, aka Mall Grab returns to Ireland in March for his first nationwide tour since 2018. Special guest Effy is also making her Irish debut as the pair announce five dates.

It comes after years of consistent sold out parties that have saw him move from one to watch status to becoming a established force in electronic music.

Mall Grab’s Irish Tour Dates

Kicking off the tour in Limerick and finishing with a second date in Dublin, the shows come ahead of a busy schedule that sees him play at Primavera Sound in Barcelona and Parklife among other festivals.

Tickets go on sale at 09.00 Friday 18 February, click here to purchase.

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