The English singer-songwriter will make his way to Ireland this summer, including a date in Dublin’s Olympia Theatre.
George Ezra announced his “TOP SECRET-Tour”, on which he will play different concerts around Ireland. The tour will kick off in Belfast on May 26, making his way to Derry and Dublin before wrapping up in Limerick on May 30. George Ezra will perform brand new songs for the first time in intimate venues.
About his tour George says: “There is no need for me to point out the fact that I’ve been fairly quiet over the last year. But I’d like to reassure you all that I’ve been beavering away at what will one day be my second record. It took a second to work out what it was that I wanted to write about, and then how to approach the writing and recording process.”
“I don’t want to give too much away regarding the record,” he adds, “but I do want to invite you all to join me on my first tour back. is tour will be like no other that I have done before for many reasons, but mostly because it will be the rst time that a lot of brand new songs are played live. ere will be a few new band members and we will be working out what the best set list is and what the best way to present the songs will be.”
“COME AND JOIN US! But don’t let the cat out of the bag, this tour is top secret...”
George Ezra released his first EP Did You Hear The Rain in 2013 followed by Cassy O’ one year later. He rose to prominence after his hit single “Budapest” went into the single charts in several countries all over the world. His debut studio album Wanted On Voyage reached the Top 10 in 10 countries and was in the top three biggest selling artist albums in the UK in 2014 and 2015.
George Ezra’s TOP SECRET Tour dates:
Friday 26 May - Limelight, Belfast
Saturday 27 May - Millennium Forum, Derry
Monday 29 May - Olympia, Dublin
Tuesday 30 May - Milk Market, Limerick
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