- 27 Jan 23
Tickets from €24.90 including booking fees go on sale Friday, February 3rd at 10am.
Gracie Abrams has announced a Dublin headline show at 3Olympia Theatre on Tuesday, September 26th.
The date will celebrate her highly anticipated forthcoming debut album, Good Riddance.
At just 23, Good Riddance marks a coming of age. Written in the summer of 2021, it followed a period of extensive touring (two headline runs, as well as supporting Olivia Rodrigo on the US leg of her Sour tour) - and intensive therapy, where she came to terms with the breakdown of a seven-year relationship in the midst of a pandemic.
Her debut EP, Minor, was released in July 2020 through Interscope Records while her second EP, This Is What It Feels Like, was released in November 2021. She worked with The National's Aaron Dessner on 2021 single 'Rockland'.
Abrams will be an opening act on selected shows of the US leg of Taylor Swift's upcoming The Eras Tour. The Los Angeles native has cited Joni Mitchell, Simon & Garfunkel, Elvis Costello, Bon Iver, Elliott Smith, Kate Bush, The 1975, James Blake, Taylor Swift, Lorde, Metric, The Killers, and Phoebe Bridgers as her musical influences.
Good Riddance is set for release on 24th February.