- 22 Aug 22
Sigrid's headline Dublin show was rescheduled to Thursday, November 24th 2022.
Kildare singer-songwriter Lea Heart will support Norwegian pop star Sigrid at her 3Arena Dublin date this November.
After clocking up millions of streams over lockdown, Lea Heart made her headline debut with two nights at The Academy on April 19 and 20 earlier this year.
As well as getting her song ‘A Million Goodbyes’ featured in an episode of Love Island, she's also proved a hit on social media over lockdown – garnering 1.8 million likes on TikTok. Fellow Kildare act Picture This have also been early champions of Lea, with the band selecting her as one of the support acts for their Malahide Castle show on June 18.
Skaar and Tommy Lefroy will also take to the stage on Sigrid's UK and Ireland tour in the coming months.
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Sigrid recently returned with her superb second opus I Can’t Let Go a few months ago, after stunning the Other Voices crowd in Dingle.
“Other Voices is the best time, honestly,” she enthused at the time. “That night was the most fun I’ve had in a long time. It was great. The first time we went to Kerry, I remember the band and I were just looking at each other like, ‘What if this is the last time we see Dingle?’ and we got really sad! I always feel the need to go back. It happened again this year where I was like, ‘This can’t be the last time I’m here’.
The 26-year-old also recalled her first ever arena gig back in 2019, which took place at the 3Arena.
“If I’m imagining my dream place to be, I think of Glastonbury or the 3Arena in Dublin,” Sigrid told Hot Press. “That was the first arena show I ever did and it wasn’t even in my home country. I’m only doing that in Norway now! The amount of love that I’ve gotten in Ireland and the UK is incredible. When I think of my happy place, it’s me onstage screaming and having the crowd scream back. Most of it is connected to live moments.
“My booking agent, as a present, gave me a picture of the 3Arena show framed. It’s in my living room – I haven’t told anyone this. I look at it whenever I’m home. It’s a really nice shot. Most of all, you see the crowd. I just remember feeling like each and every person there was having a great time. That was my impression, at least. I hope they were. It was a room very much filled with love. I can’t wait to go back.”
Tickets are currently on sale for the November 24th show in Ireland.
Revisit our May 2022 interview with Sigrid here.
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