Dua Lipa Announces Irish Gigs
Dua Lipa has announced two Irish dates on her upcoming tour.
The global pop superstar has revealed her eagerly awaited forthcoming album Future Nostalgia die for release in 2020.
The lead track from the upcoming album 'Don't Start Now' is already a massive hit worldwide with over 170 million streams since it's release. As well as the new single and album announcement, Dua Lipa has also confirmed a European Arena tour for next year.
The Future Nostalgia tour will start in Madrid on April 26th visiting 22 cities before finishing up in Dublin for two nights on June 18 & 19th 2020.
Tickets for the Dublin shows, priced at €51.20, will go on sale on Friday 6th December at 9am.
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