- 01 Jul 19
Fresh from his slot supporting Lana Del Rey at Malahide Castle, the Belgian-Egyptian singer-songwriter has announced a Dublin date for December 2.
Following his previous sell-out show at The Sugar Club, Tamino is set to return to Dublin later this year for his biggest Irish headline show yet. The Belgian-Egyptian singer-songwriter will place Dublin's Button Factory on December 2.
Nicknamed 'the Belfian Jeff Buckley', Tamino released his full-length debut, Amir, last year, to widespread acclaim. He is joined on the album by Nagham Zikrayat, a Brussels-based collective predominantly made up of musicians from the Middle East, including refugees from Syria and Iraq.
Last week, Tamino appeared at Malahide Castle in Dublin as one of the supporting acts for headliner Lana Del Rey. He was hand-picked by Del Rey, after hearing his live covers of her singles 'Mariners Apartment Complex' and 'Blue Jeans'. See our review of that stellar show here.
Tamino's previous Irish appearances include a slot at Other Voices in Ballina, Co. Mayo last September.
Tickets for his Button Factory show are €15.00 (incl. booking fee), and are on sale now. See Ticketmaster for more information.