Beck announced for summer gig in Dublin

Beck announced for summer gig in Dublin

Seven-time Grammy winner Beck is returning to Ireland this summer.

The singer will play the Summer Series at Trinity College on July 5.

It will be his first Irish gig since 2017.

The critically acclaimed US artist will perform songs from his extensive back catalogue including from his 14th album Hyperspace which was released in November 2019.

Beck is the fifth act to be named as part of the 2020 Summer Series.

Taking to the Trinity stage in June and July are The Specials, Walking on Cars, Crowded House and Michael Kiwanuka and Brittany Howard.

Tickets cost €49.90 and will go on sale on Friday, February 14 at 10am.

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