He now plays the Button Factory on Friday October 25.
London trip hop artist Ghostpoet was set to play Dublin's Button Factory on Saturday October 19 but the show has now been moved (just a bit later) to Friday October 25. Needless to say, tickets for the original show remain valid for the new date.
Some tickets, priced at €16.30, may still be on sale from usual outlets.
Having released the excellent Mercury-nominated Peanut Butter Blues & Melancholy Jam at the start of 2011 via Gilles Peterson's label Brownswood Recordings, Ghostpoet, aka 30-year-old Obaro Ejimiwe, followed it up with Some Say I So I Say Light in May of this year.
He wowed Forbidden Fruit in June – check out his Speakeasy chat with our own Craig Fitzpatrick below.
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