John Mayer includes Dublin date on world tour

John Mayer includes Dublin date on world tour

John Mayer has added European concerts to his 2019 World Tour, including a stop in Dublin.

He will play at the 3Arena in Dublin on October 16.

Tickets will go on sale Friday, March 15.

Mayer’s 2019 World Tour launches in New Zealand and Australia on March 23.

Two pairs of front row tickets, each with a preshow meet and greet with John Mayer, will be auctioned off for every concert in Europe. All proceeds will go to benefit the Heart and Armor Foundation, Back to You Fund and other associated charities.

Mayer's 2019 World Tour begins on Tuesday, October 1 in Stockholm, Sweden at the Ericsson Globe and will run until Friday, October 19 in Manchester, England at the Manchester Arena.

Singer/songwriter Mayer has won seven Grammy awards and has earned a record seven US No. 1s on Billboard’s Top Rock Albums chart and 25 entries on the Hot Rock Songs chart, the most for any solo artist.

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