Dermot Kennedy has announced a concert in Dublin's 3Arena for this December as part of his biggest Ireland and UK tour to date.
Power Over Me hitmaker Kennedy will take to the stage in the 3Arena on December 22, with tickets going on sale this Friday, June 21 at 9.00am. Priced from €39.90, tickets will be available from usual outlets.
To coincide with the gig announcement, Kennedy also releases his new single Outnumbered today, which will feature on his upcoming debut studio album Without Fear, which is set for release on September 27.
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Speaking about his new song, the Tallaght native said, "Outnumbered is an attempt to comfort anybody who is feeling overwhelmed.
"A reminder that beauty can be found no matter how dark the night may seem. I hope it can be a source of reassurance to anyone going through hard times.
"To know that things will get better and that hard times will become a thing of the past."
Kennedy is fresh from a sold-out four-night run in Dublin's Olympia Theatre and he returns to the city this weekend as he supports Mumford & Sons at their two shows in Malahide Castle this Friday and Saturday. He will also play at this year's Electric Picnic festival in Stradbally.
I’m so so excited to announce that my debut album, "Without Fear", is going to be released on September 27th. I’m so so proud of this record, and I cannot wait to share it with you. Pre-order the album now and get access to early tickets for my tour. pic.twitter.com/VRTq2vq5ih— Dermot Kennedy (@DermotKennedy) June 13, 2019