Dido announces Irish date for her first tour in 15 YEARS and the nostalgia is real 11 months ago

Dido announces Irish date for her first tour in 15 YEARS and the nostalgia is real

This is not to be missed!

Dido announced today that she's going to embark on her first tour in 15 years next May. Kicking off in Prague, the 46-year-old is set to take on a whirlwind world tour which will see her perform 27 gigs all across the world.

And lucky for us, Dublin has a date. Taking to the Olympia Theatre for one night only, Dido will be performing there on May 27, 2019.

 

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Alongside this news, the multi-million selling singer also announced her first new album in five years, "Still On My Mind", which will be released March 8 and will be the fifth studio album for the artist.

Speaking of her new album, Dido said:

"I wanted to capture the feeling I still get from listening to music, just that rush like you don’t need anything more than this”.

Tickets from €55.65 on sale Friday 16 November at 9am from Ticketmaster.

Here's the full list of tour dates...

05.05 - Prague, Forum Karlín

07.05 - Zurich, Volkshaus

08.05 - Milan, Teatro degli Arcimboldi

10.05 - Munich, Circus Krone

11.05 - Vienna, Stadthalle

13.05 - Frankfurt, Alte Oper

15.05 - Berlin, Tempodrom

16.05 - Hamburg, Laeiszhalle

17.05 - Amsterdam, Paradiso

19.05 - Düsseldorf, Mitsubishi Electric Halle

20.05 - Brussels, Cirque Royal

21.05 - Paris, L’Olympia Bruno Coquatrix

26.05 - Glasgow, Royal Concert Hall

27.05 - Dublin, Olympia Theatre

29.05 - Manchester, Albert Hall

30.05 - London, The Roundhouse

13.06 - Chicago, The Vic

15.06 - Toronto, Danforth Music Hall

17.06 - Boston, House of Blues

19.06 - New York, Terminal 5

21.06 - Washington DC, Lincoln Theatre

22.06 - Philadelphia, Union Transfer

25.06 - Los Angeles, The Wiltern

26.06 - San Francisco, Masoninc

28.06 - Portland, Roseland

29.06 - Vancouver, Orpheum

30.06 - Seattle, Showbox SODO

We cannot wait to belt out White Flag like it's 2003 again. Bring it on!