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General News / June 11, 2018

Nicki Minaj & Future are coming to Dublin

General News / June 11, 2018

Nicki Minaj & Future are coming to Dublin

According to the official Nicki Minaj and Future social media pages, they’re coming to Dublin for a double-headline show.

 

Two of the biggest names in modern hip hop are coming to Dublin for a massive dual-headline show as part of the NickiHndrxx tour, stopping off in 3Arena on March 15.

Tickets from €66.50 including booking and facility fees.

The performances will come on the back of the release of Nicki Minaj’s eagerly-awaited album ‘Queen’ which is scheduled for release on August 8.

Future just dropped the soundtrack for ‘Superfly’, executive produced by the Atlanta artist featuring tracks by Khalid, Lil Wayne and more.