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General News / June 25, 2019

Skepta announces headline Dublin show in new venue

General News / June 25, 2019

Skepta announces headline Dublin show in new venue

Oh my.

 

‘Ignorance Is Bliss’ is Skepta’s fifth studio album and was released on May 31 of this year via Boy Better Know, the day before his massive headline slot at Forbidden Fruit Festival in Dublin. The record was the follow-up to his 2016, Mercury Award-winning album ‘Konnichiwa’, and fans at the Irish festival lapped it up.

Now it’s been confirmed that Skepta will return to Dublin on  November 27 in one of the city’s newest venues, Jam Park, for his first Irish indoor show since 2011.

Tickets go on sale at 9am Thursday June 27. They won’t be around for long though.