Amy Schumer is coming to Dublin this schumer

Stop everything!! Amy Schumer is bringing her live stand up show to Ireland this summer.

The Trainwreck star is set to play Dublin’s 3Arena on Friday, August 26, and we are beyond excited.

Remember when the comedian was in Dublin last August for the premiere of her movie Trainwreck and she crashed a wedding party with Glen Hansard and Judd Apatow?

Dublin is the first stop of Amy’s #schumertour, which takes her to places such as Stockholm, Amsterdam and Oslo before its last date in London.

Tickets go on sale this Wednesday June 8 at 9am via Ticketmaster.

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