Julia Michaels To Perform In Ireland!
Prolific songwriter and pop sensation Julia Michaels has announced a headline Irish show at the Olympia Theatre later this year.
American pop knockout and Grammy nominee Julia Michaels will be touching down in Dublin on the 12th of September! The 2018 iHeart Music Awards Best New Artist Award nominee’s music caught the world’s attention in an instant. Her first release, ‘Issues’, #11 on the Billboard Hot 100, and was nominated for the Grammy Award for Song of the Year, while ‘Heaven’ was featured on the soundtrack for Fifty Shades Freed. Her most recent single ‘Jump (feat. Trippie Redd)’ has already cracked 100 million streams. To top it all off, she rounded out the 2018 Grammys with a nomination for Best New Artist.
With a stack of illustrious tours under her belt alongside superstars Maroon 5, Niall Horan, Shawn Mendes and Keith Urban, and a US run scheduled for later this year with P!NK, it’s no wonder that Michaels has accrued more than two billion streams globally.
Tickets for the gig priced at €24.90 go on sale on Friday 15th March at 10am from all usual Ticketmaster outlets and www.ticketmaster.ie
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