Ireland's rising hip-hop stars Hare Squead announce headline Dublin gig
One of Ireland's most exciting hip-hop acts will play a headline gig in Dublin next month.
Hare Squead started off jamming in skate parks but have since become one of the most intriguing acts of Ireland's hip-hop scene.
They've supported De La Soul, stole the show at last year's Body and Soul stage at Electric Picnic and Hard Working Class Heroes festival and released their major label debut single If I Ask in June, having signed to Columbia Records earlier in the year.
Now the energetic threesome will headline the Button Factory in what will be a full-scale, ferocious perfomance.
Hailing from Blanchardstown and Tallaght, Henoc, Tony, and Jessy came together through a love of skating, song-writing, flexing, and bonhomie.
If you head along to the gig, prepare for riotous moshing and stage-diving.
Hare Squead headline the Button Factory on Wednesday 28 September. Tickets €13.00 including booking fee are on sale this Thursday at 10am from Ticketmaster outlets and online at ticketmaster.ie