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Gig news roundup: dEUS, Gladys Knight, Jay Prince, Witt Lowry

Gig news roundup: dEUS, Gladys Knight, Jay Prince, Witt Lowry

Luke Sharkey

Belgian alternative rock outfit dEUS are celebrating the 20th anniversary of their The Ideal Crash with a European tour. They’re set to play The Academy in Dublin on May 10th. Tickets at €42+ go on sale November 16th from the Ticketmaster site.


The Empress of soul Gladys Knight has announced a Dublin date on the 17th of June in the Olympia theatre. The much-revered singer will perform material from her extensive back catalogue. Tickets at €64+ go on sale Friday, November 16th from the Ticketmaster site.


23-year-old London rapper and producer Jay Prince has announced a date in the Academy 2 on the 27th of February as part of the Wonder tour. The artist is hotly tipped and has featured on tracks with artists like Chance The Rapper. Tickets at €15+ go on sale on November 14th from the Ticketmaster site.

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Connecticut MC Witt Lowry announced a date in the Academy on February 10th. Known for his clever wordplay and quick turn of phrase, the artist has been quickly gaining a reputation over the past few years. Tickets at €23+ go on sale on Friday, November 16th from the Ticketmaster site.


dEUS - Instant Street (from The Ideal Crash)
Gladys Knight & The Pips - Baby Don't Change Your Mind
Jay Prince - GLAM (Official Video)
Witt Lowry - Into Your Arms (feat. Ava Max) (Official Music Video)

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