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General News / August 14, 2017

Wu-Tang Clan’s Ghostface Killah is returning to Ireland

General News / August 14, 2017

Wu-Tang Clan’s Ghostface Killah is returning to Ireland

One of Wu-Tang’s finest is heading out west…

 

While Wu-Tang Clan last played in Ireland in 2015 at Forbidden Fruit, it’s been a little longer since Ghostface Killah has performed a solo show.

However, Habitat in Limerick are bringing him back to these shores. They’ve just released information about their next season of events, and it’s house and techno-heavy. In the mix of the likes of Dimitri from Paris, Dave Clarke and Jeremy Underground is Wu-Tang Clan legend Ghostface Killah.

There is no confirmation of a date yet, but we’ve been in touch with the venue to find out more. He’s playing two shows in the UK on September 24 and 30, and then his next show is in Atlanta on October 8, so we reckon that’s a good indication of when he’ll be touching down on Irish soil.

With the way hip hop is developing in Limerick, it’ll be exciting to see who they have on support duties too. We think it’s time for a little road trip…