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General News / July 17, 2017

The Academy to host the second in a series of homegrown hip hop shows

General News / July 17, 2017

The Academy to host the second in a series of homegrown hip hop shows

After the first show last month, It’s A Movement are back in the Academy Green Room for their sophomore outing.

 

“Our A&R reps have been listening to groups/artist from every corner of the country in order to bring you the very best, we promise you nothing less than that as we aim to showcase Irelands most proficient urban talent…”

On July 27 Tebi Rex, Nuxsense, LDK, Hendrick Lane, T.E.D, and Rablo will take to the stage in The Academy.

Tickets can be bought on Ticketmaster here, priced at  €10 online and €15 at the door. Doors at 7pm.