- 03 Jun 21
Tickets for Dani Larkin's upcoming gig are available to register from Irishartscenter.org.
Irish folk singer Dani Larkin has announced an exclusive performance at this year's Belfast's Women's Work Festival.
The singer-songwriter will perform her debut album Notes from a Maiden Warrior live in its entirety during a special performance on June 17th, a day before the album is released.
The event will be streamed live at this year's festival in association with Irish Arts Centre (New York).
The 'Love Part Three' singer is also set to drop her final single from her debut album - 'Love Part One' - on June 10th followed by the announcement of new UK dates to extend her pre-booked Singular Artists album headline tour later in the year.
The alt-folk singer, who originates from the Armagh-Monaghan border, has been heralded as one of Ireland's finest songwriters.
The rising star recently treated fans to an exclusive set during Hot Press' Y&E series last month ahead of the release of her latest single 'The Red (Maca's Return)'.
The singer has seen major support over the last year likes of BBC Radio Ulster, RTE Radio 1, Spin, Today FM and Newstalk, with Spotify also championing this young artist across leading folk editorial playlists such as Contemporary Folk, Fresh Folk and Infinite Acoustic.
Larkin spoke about the influence and Bob Dylan has had on her music in this month's issue of Hot Press.
Tickets are free to register from here.