Rare Americans Announce Headline Dublin Show
Sunday 30th April 2023
Tickets €23.90 Incl. booking fee
Doors 8pm | Over 14's
Tickets go on sale this Friday at 10am
Following their headline show in The Grand Social earlier this year, and fresh from the release of their latest, fourth album You’re Not A Bad Person, It’s Just A Bad World; Vancouver alt-rock outfit Rare Americans have announced a show in Dublin’s Academy for Sunday 30th April
Tickets from €23.90 including booking fees on sale Friday 11th November at 10AM
In a world filled with bullshit, Rare Americans are the real deal. Since launching in 2018, Rare Americans have established an identity as inventive storytellers. Their songs, paired with narrative-driven animated videos have garnered the band their first top 100 Billboard album, 500M+ streams, 1M+ social media followers, and sold out international tours. Hailing from Vancouver, BC, frontman James Priestner and his brother Jared formed the band on an impromptu trip to the Caribbean. The band now consists of guitarists Lubo Ivan & Jan Cajka, and drummer Duran Ritz
Coming off the success of their trilogy of albums, RA1, RA2, & RA3, Rare Americans released their highly anticipated 4th album "You're Not a Bad Person, It's Just a Bad World" in August 2022. The album holds a darker and more mature tone for the band. Along with a fully animated video, their target track "Run the World" has added to the band's explosive growth. To follow-up, the band has already recorded 2 additional albums set to be fully animated and released in early 2023.
After a fully sold out USA tour in March 2022, followed by a nearly sold-out European tour in June, Rare Americans has embarked on their "You're Not a Bad Person USA Tour": A two-month long stretch throughout the United States. The tour includes bigger venues, more cities, and a VIP experience for the most dedicated fans.
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