- 29 Jan 19
Following his sold-out show at The Button Factory last year, Dean Lewis will return to Dublin for a date at Vicar Street.
Multi-platinum selling singer-songwriter Dean Lewis has announced he will play Dublin's Vicar Street on the 21st April, 2019.
The Australian singer/songwriter had his first taste of major success with his single 'Waves' which went triple platinum in Australia. But it was the phenomenally successful 'Be Alright', which gained him international recognition and airplay. With over 15 million listeners on Spotify, Lewis has yet to release his debut album which is due out early this year.
His latest single, '7 minutes', was released earlier this month. Conceived in a London taxi after a disagreement with a girl, Dean explained that “the song is about meeting someone, making memories and then feeling regret.”
He took to Twitter to express his excitement at the news of his European tour dates, and warned fans to get their tickets before they sell out.
So excited to announce im going back to the UK and Europe to tour this APRIL! The last one sold out very quickly so be quick please i dont want my amazing fans missing out !
Pre sale starts tmr at 10 AM local time w code 7MINUTES...! LETS GO 🧡🧡🧡🧡https://t.co/ikNhm6LuRM pic.twitter.com/OMqG50mV6Z
— Dean Lewis (@deanlewismusic) January 29, 2019
Tickets for Dean Lewis at Vicar Street, priced at €24.50 inclusive of booking fee, go on sale this Friday, February 1st, at 10am.