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General News / June 12, 2017

Nelly announces a Dublin date in November

General News / June 12, 2017

Nelly announces a Dublin date in November

Nelly is coming back to Ireland.

 

Whether you see it as a novelty, or you want to hear some deep cuts from the St. Louis rapper, you’re bound to have fun at a Nelly gig.

His debut album ‘Country Grammar’ dropped in 2000 and went platinum nine times. It was the source of some of the biggest tracks in mainstream rap, including the titular ‘Country Grammar’, ‘Ride wit Me’ and ‘Batter Up’.

Since then Nelly has had a massive career in music, acting and business, and now he’s coming back to Dublin for a headline show.

He plays Vicar Street on November 20, with on sale this Friday, June 16 at 9am from Ticketmaster.