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General News / October 6, 2017

Soulé announces her biggest headline show to date

General News / October 6, 2017

Soulé announces her biggest headline show to date

The Queen of Diffusion Lab will step onto the stage once again.

 

It’s been a wonderful thing to see the very quick rise of Dublin vocalist Soulé.

We interviewed her back in September 2016 when her first single ‘Love No More‘ dropped. Her musical career looked exciting from the off, and in that year she has released a number of singles, was nominated for a RTÉ Choice Music Prize award for ‘Love No more’, performed at Other Voices in Berlin, Electric Picnic and nearly every other Irish festival.

Soulé and her group have now announced their biggest headline show yet, as they take over The Button Factory, November 15.

A limited number of pre-sale tickets will be available from Ticketmaster on Monday October 9 at 9am for €5. General on sale will be on Wednesday at 9am.