- 15 Jun 23
Coming to Dublin after she shared her second indie-folk album Waiting back in January, Tracy Bruen is set to perform at the Workman's Club next month
The multi-instrumentalist Galway artist Tracy Bruen is coming to Dublin.
Presented by Singular Artists, Tracy's headlining a show at the Workman's Cellar, next month on July 9th. It comes after she dropped her sophomore album Waiting back in January, which included tracks like 'A Woman's Work' and 'Dream Away,' which topped at number 2 on RTE's radio charts.
No stranger to performing, she's been working hard since releasing her debut album Mirror back in 2017, taking the trad scene by storm. Between touring Ireland and Europe, she's supported artists like Lisa Hannigan, We Banjo 3, Mick Flannery, and Mary Coughlan.
Performing at show stopping festivals like Electric Picnic, Body & Soul, Sunflower Fest and the Galway Arts Festival, the lyrical skills, soft cadence, and gentle melodies she brings to the folk scene are not to be missed.
Tickets for her Workman's Cellar show go on sale this Friday, June 16th, at 10AM.
Find tickets to see Tracy Bruen live at the Workman's Club, live at 10AM on June 16th, here:
Listen to Tracy Bruen's sophomore album, Waiting, here: