Tuesday 17 October 2017

Jay-Z bringing Magna Carta to Dublin

Jay-Z is bringing his Magna Carta tour to Dublin in October
Jay-Z is bringing his Magna Carta tour to Dublin in October
It is believed that his wife Beyonce will be joining him in Dublin
Caitlin McBride

Caitlin McBride

The legendary rapper will be taking to the Irish stage for one night only in October as part of his world tour,

Lesson one in becoming a music icon - never rest on your laurels. Fresh after his critically acclaimed performance at London's Wireless Festival yesterday, Jay-Z announced his European tour this autumn, where he will be taking to the stage in Dublin on Sunday, October 6th.

It is believed that he will be joined by his wife Beyonce, and their daughter Blue Ivy, who famously join each other for their gigs around the world, and both of whom have expressed their love of Dublin.

Last year, Jay-Z took to the stage with Kanye West as part of their Watch the Throne tour, accompanied by their respective partners (Kim Kardashian) to much fanfare. And Irish fans are hoping for a surprise guest on stage, as he has been known to do with his world tours.

Jay is still revelling in the overwhelmingly positive reviews of his performance with Justin Timberlake at Wireless yesterday, where he wowed fans with a mix of classic material, including 99 Problems, Jigga What Jigga Who, Empire State of Mind and Hard Knock Life, before mixing it with his new material from Magna Carta Holy Grail.

Tickets go on sale this Friday, July 19th at 9am for what is expected to be a sell-out gig. Tickets are priced at €59.50 & €69.50,  including booking fee and are available from Ticketmaster.ie

 

 

 

 

 

 

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