- 28 Nov 23
Tickets for Gavin James at the Trinity Summer Series start from €54.90 and go on sale Friday 1 December at 10am via Ticketmaster.ie.
Fresh from a headline show at 3Olympia Theatre which sold out in a matter of seconds, Gavin James is set to play as part of the Trinity Summer Series in Trinity College Dublin on 3 July 2024.
The Dubliner has also announced a show at the Galway International Arts Festival on 26 July.
A songwriter renowned for his ability to capture the intimate aspects of life, James has gone from being a busker and pub performer to being championed by the likes of Ed Sheeran.
Since the release of his early records, he's built a community of fans that have seen his music streamed three billion times across the globe and earn diamond and platinum records in multiple countries.
He has also sold more than 250 000 tickets worldwide, earning plaudits for his transporting and uplifiting live shows.
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In Fall 2023, after recently signing to one of the world's biggest music labels, Sony Music Worldwide, James returned with a new single, ‘White Noise’ - a precursor to a new album of original material that he’s recording in a studio on a mountain outside his home city of Dublin.
Known for his ability to relay human emotion through music, this track is no exception. 'White Noise' is a celebration of love and what it feels like to be in it.
James described the track song as "being infatuated with someone so much that you forget about the world around you. I’ve written so many broken-hearted type love songs so I thought it was time to write one about being completely bowled over by someone.
"The song has this playful kind of Cupid feel to it. I guess it’s a representation of how I feel right now in my own relationship. Anyway, there will still be some sad/broken-hearted love songs on the record but this one is about celebrating it."
Tickets for Gavin James at the Trinity Summer Series on 3 July 2024 start from €54.90 and go on sale Friday 1 December at 10am via Ticketmaster.ie.