- 07 Jul 22
Embarking on a European tour, the Dallas-born electronic musician and YouTuber/TikTok star will land in Dublin on August 10th for a show.
Dublin seven-piece outfit Cooks But We're Chefs have been named by Singular Artists as the support act for Marc Rebillet at the National Stadium.
Rebillet quickly become a sensation due to his zany, off-the-cuff livestreams that hold nearly anyone's attention. Since first rising to stardom in 2019 he's collaborated with some of the most respected musicians in the game, such as Flying Lotus and Reggie Watts, as well as landed bookings at major music festivals like Lollapalooza and Bonnaroo.
The New York-based musical comedian came to Beatyard Festival in Dun Laoghaire back in August 2019 and The Tivoli in January that same year - but now he's headed to a bigger venue.
Funk/soul/hip-hop collective Cooks But We're Chefs, having just graced the Forbidden Fruit main stage, will warm up the crowd for Rebillet.
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Their first release on major streaming platforms was in 2018 with their single 'Sunshine'. Since then they've released an EP, Sports Day, and there are rumours that they might have something new in the works. Their most recent single came out in April of this year by the name of 'Studio 54'.
A jazzy, soulful fusion with hip-hop and funk inspired vocals, the genre-blending band is a familiar name to those that keep track of the festival circuit. They've made appearances at Electric Picnic, Body & Soul, Life Festival, Bray Jazz Festival and Stendhal. After Longitude, they're set to play at All Together Now, running from July 29-31.
The rising Dublin outfit are heading to their first show in London at The Jago, Dalston on July 20th. Later this summer, they'll remain in the UK for Latitude festival - spanning July 21-24.
Get your tickets here for Marc Rebillet at the National Stadium on August 10.