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General News / December 11, 2019

Mango x MathMan announce 2020 Irish tour

General News / December 11, 2019

Mango x MathMan announce 2020 Irish tour

“I’m grand, I’m grand, with a pint of black and a mic in my hand”.

Ireland’s premier grime duo Mango x MathMan have today announced a 2020 tour of Ireland to commemorate the release of their debut record ‘Casual Work’.


Fans of the Dublin based spitter and producer won’t have long to wait in the new decade to hear cuts from the critically acclaimed ‘Casual Work’ album as Mango X MathMan will be coming to a venue near you as soon as February 8th.


Roisin Dubh, Galway – Feb 8th 2020

Kasbah Social Club, Limerick – Feb 14th 2020

Kino, Cork – Feb 15th 2020

39/40, Dublin – Feb 29th 2020

Having watched and admired Mango x MathMan go from a fledgling underground hip hop act to a fully fledged member of the Irish music elite has been a gratifying experience, and to see them embark on an Irish tour (hopefully with a van load of vinyl) will be a great way to kickstart the 2020s.

Tickets for the Dublin show at Arran Quay’s 39/40 venue go on sale Thursday December 12 at 9am from Ticketmaster.